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VA Health Care: Estimates of Available Budget Resources Compared with Actual Amounts
Randall B. Williamson (au)
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) is one of the nation劌製 largest health care providers. In FY 2011, VA spent about $51.4 billion to provide health care to about 6.2 million patients. To provide this care, VA operates more than 150 hospitals, 130 nursing homes, 800 outpatient clinics, and 300 readjustment counseling centers through 21 regional health care networks known as Veterans Integrated Service Networks.Given the importance of VA劌製 collections, reimbursements, and unobligated balances in the formulation of its budget estimate and given VA劌製 budget formulation challenges, this report examined VA劌製 experience estimating these funds in the context of the President劌製 budget request. This report examines how VA: (1) estimates the amount of collections and reimbursements, how the estimated amounts have compared to actual amounts in recent years, and what factors may explain any differences; and (2) estimates the amount of its unobligated balances, how the estimated amounts have compared to actual amounts in recent years, and what factors may explain any differences. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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