What the Army says about VA care

The Army says it’s reviewing whether VA doctors should be allowed to receive payment for treating military patients.

The Army says in a statement on its website that the VA’s Veterans Affairs Medical Assistance Program is the only place where doctors receive pay for treating veterans and that the Army is working to address concerns raised by VA officials.

The VA says it is currently reviewing the issue and will continue to work with its contracting agency, the Defense Logistics Agency, to address the issue.

The statement did not specify when the VA would complete its review, but said the VA will continue working with its contractor and the military services department to address these concerns.

The agency’s statement comes as the Army continues to review its payment for VA doctors.

The agency says it has also been contacted by representatives from the American Medical Association and other medical associations and expects the matter to be resolved within the next 60 days.

The Veterans Affairs Department has said that it is aware of the allegations and has taken steps to ensure that the appropriate safeguards are in place.

The VA says the issue is being addressed, but that it expects further progress to be made.

The House Committee on Veterans Affairs said in a report earlier this year that the Veterans Affairs medical aid program is “unsustainable.”

The VA said it has hired more than 800 veterans to work on the issue, and has established a task force to address issues that have arisen.