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An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System

by Jeffrey Wasserman

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Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health systems & services,
  • Military life & institutions,
  • Social welfare & social services,
  • Veterans Health Administration,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Health Resources,
  • History,
  • Veterans,
  • Military,
  • USA,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Military - United States,
  • Approriations and expenditures,
  • Care,
  • Health and hygiene,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9871366M
    ISBN 100833033395
    ISBN 109780833033390

    STATEMENT OF THE HONORABLE ROBERT H. ROSWELL, M.D. UNDER SECRETARY FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON VETERANS AFFAIRS U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON THE VETERANS EQUITABLE RESOURCE ALLOCATION (VERA) MODEL. Ap Mr. Chairman, it is my pleasure to testify before the Committee on the status of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation . Resource allocation is a process and strategy involving a company deciding where scarce resources should be used in the production of goods or services. A resource .

    Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General Healthcare Inspection Inappropriate Research & Development Data Entries Affecting Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) Funding VA Maryland Health Care System Baltimore, MD Report No. Septem VA Office of Inspector General Washington, DC Office, VA Health Care: Resource Allocation Has Improved, but Better Oversight Is Needed, GAO/HEHS (Washington, D.C.: Sept. 17, ); RAND, An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System (Santa Monica, California: ); and Price Waterhouse LLP and The Lewin Group, Inc.

    discussed potential reasons for any inequities in allocations with VA Resource Allocation Methodology Has Had Little Impact on Medical Centers’ Budgets overcoming inconsistencies in facilities’ provision of care to veterans by allowing for a more equitable distribution of resources to meet veteran needs systemwide. 2RAND, An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System (Santa Monica: California, ). The purpose of the study was to evaluate ways to improve the health care allocation formula--the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation system--that VA uses to allocate resources to its 21 health care networks.


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An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System by Jeffrey Wasserman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) system was implemented by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) in in a continuing effort to improve the allocation of congressionally appropriated health care funds to the 21 Veterans Inte-grated Service Networks (VISNs).1 VERA represents the most recent effort of the VHA.

An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System The Veterans Health Administration asked RAND's National Defense Research Institute to undertake a quantitative analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation System (VERA).Cited by: 3.

An Analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System. Since Aprilthe Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System has served as the basis for allocating the congressionally appropriated medical care budget of the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) to its regional networks.

The Veterans Health Administration asked RAND to undertake a quantitative analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation System (VERA), which allocates the congressionally appropriated medical care budget to the Veterans Integrated Service Networks (VISNs).

The Veterans Health Administration asked RAND's National Defense Research Institute to undertake a quantitative analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation System. An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the VERA System General Accounting Office, Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on VA, HUD, and Independent Agencies, Committee on Appropriations U.S.

Senate: VA Health Care— Closing a Chicago Hospital Would Save Millions and Enhance Access to Services, Washington, D.C., GAO/HEHS, April Abstract: The Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) system was instituted by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA)-the organization in the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) that is responsible for providing health care to veterans-in The system was designed to improve the allocation of the congressionally appropriated medical care budget to the 22.

A study of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System and how allocations are affected by a number of factors, including infrastructure age, extreme weather conditions, and participation in medical by: 6. The Veterans Health Administration is the organization within the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that provides health care to veterans.

Inthe Veterans Health Administration adopted the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) system to improve the allocation of its congressionally appropriated medical budget across the 21 regional Veterans Integrated Author: Jeffrey Wasserman, Jeanne S.

Ringel, Karen A. Ricci, Jesse D. Malkin, Barbara O. Wynn, Jack Zwanzige. J for a program is important to managers to reliably benchmark the activity, and as indicated, justify additional expenditures or new positions. If labor mapping is not accurate, it will result in over or under inflated costs in the department, which could have an adverse effect on budgets and staffing.

This analysis provides a tool that Veterans Administration policymakers can use for making resource allocation decisions for the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation System (VERA) and that can also be used for a wide range of simulations as well as for facility-level by: 3. An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System [Paperback] [] (Author) Michael Schoenbaum, Jeffrey Wasserman, Jesse Malkin, Barbara Wynn, Jeanne Ringel on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation Manufacturer: Rand Publishing. Refinements to the VERA methodology, based on findings and recommendations from these nine assessments, are described in Appendix 3 of the FY VERA Book.

The process for refining the VERA methodology can be internally generated by VA users of the VERA system or externally generated by outside VERA evaluators. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) resource allocation system, focusing on the: (1) extent to which VA resources are distributed equally among VA facilities; and (2) causes of unequal resource allocations among VA health care found that: (1) the VA resource allocation system enables VA to identify potential.

Sydne J Newberry. RAND Corporation Understanding Potential Changes to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System: A Regression-Based Approach An Analysis of Potential.

Get this from a library. An analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System. [Jeffrey Wasserman;] -- "Since Aprilthe Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System has served as the basis for allocating the congressionally appropriated medical care budget of the Department of Veterans.

Related documents: An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System, MRDVA, ; and An Analysis of the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System, MRDVA,   Department of Veterans Affairs. Submit Data Story. Report Data Issue. This metadata record is available for the public, but the data itself is not public for privacy or security reasons.

See details. Metadata Updated: July 2, The Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) database, is operated by the Allocation Resource Center (ARC) in Publish Year: An Analysis of Potential Adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System. Santa Monica, CA: RAND; Wasserman J, Ringel J, Ricci K, Malkin J, Wynn B, Zwanzinger J, Newberry S, Suttorp M, Rastegard A.

Understanding Potential Changes to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System: A Regression-Based Cited by: Karen A.

Ricci. Baystate Medical Understanding Potential Changes to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System: A Regression-Based Approach Jan ; An Analysis of Potential. Since Aprilthe Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) System has served as the basis for allocating the congressionally appropriated medical care budget of the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) to its regional networks.1.

Author(s): Wasserman,Jeffrey; United States. Department of Veterans Affairs.; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.).; RAND Health. Title(s): An analysis of potential adjustments to the Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) system/ Jeffrey Wasserman.This analysis determines how particular patient and facility characteristics influence Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) system allocations to the Department of Veterans Affairs regional service networks and simplifies and refines the models created in earlier RAND research to reflect policy changes and more recent by: 1.