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Appendixes Appendix I: VA Definitions of Six Special Disabilities 22
Appendix II: Performance and Access Monitors 23
Appendix III: Comments From the Department of Veterans Affairs 34
Table 1: Change in Number of Special Disability Veterans Served and
Dollars Spent Between Fiscal Years 1996 and 1998
Table 2: Change in Number of Special Disability Veterans Served in
Inpatient and Outpatient Settings Between Fiscal Years 1996
Table 3: Change in FTE Employees and Beds for Spinal Cord
Dysfunction and Blind Rehabilitation Between Fiscal Years
1996 and 1998
blind rehabilitation outpatient specialist
cost distribution report
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual o f Mental Disorders, Fourth
post-traumatic stress disorder
spinal cord injury
spinal cord injury and disorder
serious mental illness
traumatic brain injury
Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Health Administration
Veterans Integrated Service Network
GAO/HEHS-00-57 Disabled Veterans' Care
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