VA whistleblower exposes improper claim rejections

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Minnesota veterans are being saddled with medical debt they should not owe – some of it even turned over to collection agencies – after trips to the emergency room.

Current and former VA staffers tell KARE 11 it’s happening because medical claim processors at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are pressured to review complicated files in just minutes.
To meet performance goals, they say it’s quicker to deny claims than to take the additional steps needed to approve payments.  VA whistleblower exposes

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