The Veteran community is chattering lately – about changes that the VA rolled out March 25, 20
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  1. Kathy

    Seems like they are already using national centers for specific functions. My husband has a claim in for quite a few conditions including skin cancer from radiation. I’m told that the claim for skin cancer was sent to Jackson because that office handles all radiation claims.

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  2. Rich

    Don’t agree that standardized forms are the answer, they will cut diwn on claims submitted by laying th ckaims work on vets rather than the VA, plus eliminate older vets or non computer literate vets from even getting involved. Informal claims protected vets, Now the VA can ignore vets legally.

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    • Chris Attig

      You and I are in agreement, Rich. I worry that the Standardized Forms are going to isolate a lot of Vets….I support Standardized Data, which requires input by intelligent people….not standardized forms.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

      Chris

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