Significant changes to the VA Full support for family caregivers includes extending the authorization for Veterans with medical conditions related to the service. In the past, access to this program has been more limited and pointed out after paragraph 11 .b) paragraph 4 of s. 17.4110, the procedure for revoking certification is defined in accordance with the obligation to settle this revocation under Article 1703A (c) (2). Paragraph b) (4) (i) provides that the certification of a company or supplier in accordance with Article 108, paragraph 1, regulation (EC) 1007/2009, 17.4010 (b) (2) (ii) – (v). Paragraph b) (4) (ii) provides that VA informs the company or supplier in writing of the proposed revocation if the VA considers the revocation appropriate. The retraction information sets out the concrete reasons for the action and informs the company or supplier that it has 30 days schedule from the date of issuance to submit a written response dealing with one of the following: (A) document compliance and proof of the wrong reasons, or (B) provide information and documentation proving that the company or supplier, after notification of the proposed revocation, has all certification criteria. Paragraph b) (4) (iii) states that, at the end of the 30-day response period, VA takes into account all information and documents submitted by the entity or supplier and determines, within thirty days, whether a revocation is warranted. If VA finds that a revocation is not warranted, VA will communicate with the company or supplier of this decision in writing. If VA determines that a revocation is warranted, the company or supplier immediately loses certified status and VA issues retraction information to the company or supplier. The revocation information specifies the facts and concrete reasons for the actual date and entry into force of the revocation. Revocation information is VA`s final decision. Finally, paragraph (b) paragraph 4, point iv) states that the withdrawal of certification leads to the cancellation of this status and that the provider or organization cannot provide services or care under a VCA before applying for and obtaining certified VCA status.
(iv) VA will reject an application for certification if VA finds that the applicant is already excluded from the provision of hospital care, medical services and extended care services pursuant to Chapter 17 of Title 38, U.S.C. since VA has previously established that the applicant has entered a fraudulent right with VA, such as that term in 38 United States. It`s defined.