Older Veterans: Linking VA and Community Resources
Terrie Todd Wetle, John Wallis Rowe
Harvard University Press, Jan 1, 1984 - Political Science - 443 pages
This book grows out of a collaborative project between the Veterans Administration and the Division of Health Policy Research and Education at Harvard University, designed to explore improved integration of VA and community resources for serving the elderly.
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An Overview of the Veterans Administration and its Services for
Legislation Regarding Health Care for the Older Veteran
Transition of VA Acute Care Hospitals into Acute and Long Term
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