The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will select healthcare networks in its four Community Care regions to provide medical, surgical, pharmacy and dental services, DME, and Complementary and Integrative Health Services (CIHS).
This URAC Resources page is designed to help you more easily navigate the information you need to understand the VA RFP requirements and how URAC accreditation fits into the process.
Transitions of Care Designation
Please note: the minimum and maximum contract value by regions are found in Section C.23 of the RFP
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