Veterans Enrolled In VA Health Care DO NOT NEED To Participate In The ObamaCare Fiasco

As I veteran, I care deeply about veterans issues.  So when I heard about this important fact related to veterans and ObamaCare, I felt the immediate need to pass the information along.

The most important fact that you will learn from the following:

If you are enrolled in VA health care, you don’t need to take additional steps to meet the health care law coverage standards. The health care law does not change VA health benefits or Veterans’ out-of-pocket costs.

From the Veterans Administration website under the title, “VA, Affordable Care Act and You“:

What is the Affordable Care Act?

The Affordable Care Act, also known as the health care law, was created to expand access to coverage, control health care costs and improve health care quality and care coordination. The health care law does not change VA health benefits or Veterans’ out-of-pocket costs.

Three things you should know:

  • VA wants all Veterans to receive health care that improves their health and well-being.
  • If you are enrolled in VA health care, you don’t need to take additional steps to meet the health care law coverage standards. The health care law does not change VA health benefits or Veterans’ out-of-pocket costs.
  • If you are not enrolled in VA health care, you can apply at any time.

Veterans Enrolled in VA Health Care

The good news is that Veterans enrolled in VA health care programs have health coverage that meets the new health care law’s standard.  You do not have to take any additional steps to have health coverage. Read more if enrolled…

Veterans Not Enrolled in VA Health Care

Veterans not currently enrolled in VA health care program can apply for enrollment at any time. Read more about enrolling…

Family Members

VA offers health care benefits for certain family members of Veterans through programs such as the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) and the Spina Bifida program. Read more about VA family programs…

Your family members who are not enrolled in a VA health care program should use the Marketplace to get coverage.

Additional Health Care Law Information

We understand you may have questions about the health care law and how it might affect you and your family. We compiled basic information about the health care law to help you make informed decisions about your health care. Let us know if you have questions regarding the health care law and your VA health care at 1-877-222-VETS (8387). After all, ensuring you receive quality health care is not just our obligation, it’s also our privilege

ObamaCare is a complete, unmitigated disaster that was passed by truly evil people who cared only about expanding the raw fascist power of government, rather than actually “caring” about anybody.  If you can avoid the ensuing hell that this disastrous and very Unaffordable takeover of the health care system will surely result in, you ought to do everything you can to do so.

It is a good thing to know that veterans have already suffered enough, and therefore don’t need to go to war all over again just to comply with the mandates of their power-hungry government.

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4 Responses to “Veterans Enrolled In VA Health Care DO NOT NEED To Participate In The ObamaCare Fiasco”

  1. Jay Klee Says:

    My sentiments exactly! At 58, I rarely go to doctors but at least I can enroll in the VA program to stay away from Odumbacare.
    Socialism sucks!

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    Jay Klee,

    In particular, “socialism sucks” (parasitically, as in “leeches”) people with jobs.

  3. rick Says:

    I always thought, if you need or want a break in healthcare, servere your country,,, paid in full !!

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    rick,

    My view isn’t that different.

    Soldiers can’t sue the military the way employees can sue their employers. And of course the military can screw up ROYALLY and get you seriously wounded or even killed. And you can do squat about it.

    Oh, and you’re not paid much in the military compared to equivalent private sector jobs. And most of the time in private sector jobs, you don’t have people trying to blow you up and murder you pretty much every day.

    So, yeah, there’s a contract: the military and the government don’t have to deal with litigation, and in return they take care of you. It’s that kind of arrangement.

    That is, of course, in addition to the fact that veterans SERVED and those who serve should BE served as opposed to those who did squat ought to get squat back.

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