• Community providers: CCN improvements help you care for our Veterans

    VA’s Community Care Network makes it easier for providers to work with VA and care for Veterans. CCN offers a more streamlined relationship with VA and continues to get better as we refine it over time.

  • Veteran women get a little love and a mammogram

    VA Connecticut decided to combine a VA Love-Your-Self Campaign with local providers Hartford Healthcare and Yale New Haven Health having their mobile mammography buses visit our facilities.

  • Making community emergency care easier for Veterans

    Community Emergency Care Reporting process changes improve efficiency, timeliness and security for Vets and providers. Easier to notify VA when Veteran receives emergency care at community provider.

  • Community care specialists help Veteran amputee thrive

    VA’s Community Care Network helps Veteran amputee receive the care needed to become a competitive athlete. Marine Veteran Richard Alcaraz’ new outlook on life: “It made me feel like I had a purpose again.”

  • Army Veteran, 81, commends community care experience

    Army Veteran sent a letter to the St. Cloud VA hospital director. “This clinic is an excellent choice for VA’s Community Care Network of providers and if asked, I'll refer them with good marks.”

  • Expectant Veteran gets help with community care billing issue

    VA customer service personnel assisted a Veteran who was incorrectly charged $500 by a community provider for care. After misunderstandings, she received a call from a VA provider relations specialist.

  • Community providers: VA urgent care network change

    Important changes that require Community Providers to establish a contract with either Optum or TriWest to provide urgent care services or treatment for minor injuries and illnesses to Veterans.

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