For Provider Participants: Policy

These questions are offered as a discussion guide: • Do you see opportunities to streamline service delivery at the local, state, or Federal levels? If so, what do you suggest? • What kind of technical assistance is most beneficial to you and your clients?
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Long-distance and local Veteran Travel Widely Available

The National Resource Directory lists and describes a very large and diverse number of transportation options for veterans and/or wounded warriors. My organization talks to people every day who do not know this government directory web site even exists.

 

Check it out. All kinds of sources for transportation help. Thanks.

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The One-Size-Fit-All to Getting a Ride

I have found the greater need for Veterans is reliable, affordable, transportation to their medical appointments. Missed appointments and preventive care visits lead to influx emergency care, resulting in increased expenses for everyone. The solution is Coordinated Transporation Scheduling through Emerging Technology. It would be very efficient for medical appointment scheduler personnel to coordinate the transportation... more »

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Government entities need to work together

In the Chicago area, there are VA medical service locations, which offer vanpool service to and from. There also is a good local public transit - paratransit service - if in some format there was coordination between the government entities, there would be a greater choice, less wait time, and savings for such entities. But the government powers that be are not willing to share or reduce there oversight of transit services.... more »

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