SURVEY: Should Congress Provide Tax Incentives for Doctors to Work at the VA

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Should Congress Provide Tax Incentives for Doctors to Work at the VA?

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TOPIC: Veterans are in need of a large skilled and experienced physician pool to participate directly in their medical evaluations and treatment at VA hospitals.



QUESTION 1/2: For the purpose of recruiting (and retaining) more doctors to work at VA hospitals, should the President ask Congress for legislation that would make all physican salaries at the VA income-tax free?

    Yes
    No

QUESTION 2/2: Along with their VA salary, should physicians in private practice be alloted a $1,500 income-tax deduction off their private medical income practice for every ten hours they devote to patients at a VA hospital?

    Yes
    No

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