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Report: VA asking for virtual feedback on improving veteran care in Arkansas

The VA is hosting virtual listening sessions, starting April 26, to help Arkansas veterans with...
The VA is hosting virtual listening sessions, starting April 26, to help Arkansas veterans with addressing concerns and issues with healthcare in the state.(Source: KARK-TV)
Published: Apr. 19, 2021 at 1:20 PM CDT
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(Editor’s note: This story was originally published April 15, 2021 at 10:41 PM CDT - Updated April 15 at 11:19 PM on kait8.com)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Great Health Divide) - A federal agency is asking for help in improving health care for veterans in the state, with officials saying the work can provide feedback on ways to help.

According to content partner KARK, the VA is hosting virtual listening sessions, starting April 26, to allow veterans to address concerns, frustrations and ways to help the healthcare system.

Officials said Thursday that the sessions are also geared toward veterans in rural areas, who may use technology as part of their healthcare needs.

The information from the sessions will also be given to Congress, KARK reported.Great Health Divide is an initiative addressing health disparities in the Mississippi Delta and Appalachia funded in part by the Google News Initiative.

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