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Service conncected veterans, like myself, recieve compensation for the disability determined to be more than sufficiant for any additional expense the veteran may have for that disability, on top of free medical care, so why can they also collect billions of dollars in travel cash for each visit on top of that?
Besides being wastefull, it is bad for the patients to have the chemicles used from stripping and waxing, particularly in areas used 24-7 like the ER and ICU, when there are industrial no-wax floors available. When they re-did our ER they replace the floor with the same type tyles that have to be waxed. No-wax can be econimically steamed clean for sanitation and even Wal-mart uses the no-wax.
Outpatient areas and exam rooms should have an auto-shut-off after 6pm-which can be flipped back on for on a 1 hour timer if EMS or the Doctor needs to do a little more work in the room. All hallways and waiting areas should go to 1/2 light after visiting hours-9:30 pm. It is more than enough light for safety. EMS and police should be responsible for making sure lights are off when they are done with an area or while ...more »
Service connected veterans double-dipping benifits by collecting monthly checks from the VBA which compensates them for their service connection and all related monitary needs, then they collect billions of additional funds a year in cash milage re-imbursement travel benifits from the VHA when they are getting their health care. Eliminate this as it is duplicating their already supplied funds. PS I am sc vet also so ...more »