More than $200M unspent in veterans budget last year

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Re: More than $200M unspent in veterans budget last year

Post by Guest on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 14:45

This is what is going to happen, merger of vac into DND , the writing is on the wall. It's all about saving money! DND will medical release member he's sent over to the Vac department within DND as is his medical documents, decision made on pension then out the door!

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Post by Guest on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 14:47

teen a big fracking NO yup that's for the two questions .

now don't get me wrong I think their offices should be side by side but and if they could manage it right across the hall from the MND and the MVA whose offices would be side by side .

just my 2 nickels

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Post by 1993firebird on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 15:55

Looks like they can afford to pay me PIA then.

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Post by teentitan on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 15:58

I want them to be independent but like propat said side by side. I do know that if they could "work" together on issues a lot could get done. Mainly medical reports. it has been discussed that when a person joins the CF a medical file is automatically generated with VAC. That means every medical doc, immunization, environmental exposure, deployment etc is in VAC's file to expedite applications.

I've always been of the belief that if an injury gets you kicked out of the forces then it should be automatic payment from VAC with benefits and rehab. That is the single greatest advantage to having the CF medical officer making the "starting point" for a vet's health when medically released.

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Post by Guest on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 17:54

ya teen I agree the medical officer in my opinion the best starting point they are kinda like your family doctor so to speak . they have your records know your history and even know you personally to a point IE; character and what not .

I've almost always been treated great by the medical staff to the best of their abilities . the specialists well different story their I got one orthopedic surgeon in mind but now im off track and about to start a big rant lol. ill avoid that .

but ya the BEST starting point for sure .

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