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Dan Horkey’s Interview on “the Blaze”
As It Stands Today
As of November 2012, the VA had curtailed our options after we successfully delivered 12 purchase orders. After a lengthy review by the VA, our methods were not in the definition of what they need to provide a veteran, and Congress would need to change the law. The VA National Director of Orthotics and Prosthetics told me, a letter was sent out to all VA Hospitals, stating VA Central Office PSAS in Wash. D.C. would not continue to fund our services. It would be left to the discretion of each facility, and they would need to provide it from their budget.
Dan Horkey began looking for support on this issue, and contacted his Congressmen Derek Kilmer of Washington. A letter was sent to the Veterans Affairs (PSAS) in the summer of 2014. The Congressmen asked what law or statue is prohibiting VA Central Office from continuing to provide Veterans with Dan Horkey Approved Options. We are still waiting for a reply from Central Office of Veterans Affairs, Prosthetic and Sensory Aids (PSAS) in Wash. D.C.
I’m seeking to form partnerships with large and small businesses, military organizations, non-profits and celebrities to help take care of financial funding for Veterans.
Prosthetic INK Technology’s unique systems and methods by Dan Horkey became Approved options in 2009 by the Veterans Administration. The VA also gave Dan Horkey permission to contact and market to all 175+ Veterans Affairs Hospitals. The options approved included painting Prosthetic Limbs a solid color finish, chrome finish; fine art airbrushing designs; and hand brushed designs.
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Purchase orders and sales were awarded by VA Hospitals from 2009-2012: Durham, NC, Indianapolis, IN, Jackson, MS, Decatur VA, Atlanta, GA, Baltimore, MD, Topeka, KS, Memphis, TN.
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Normally, people are a little hesitant when they see someone wearing a prosthetic, but when people see my flame design; it’s an automatic icebreaker.T. Harrison
Dan, I want to thank you and your guys for the outstanding work you did on my leg. Being able to sport my Vietnam Army Airborne Ranger badge and Phoenix tattoo has made me less self conscious about the leg…in the 40 years I’ve been an amputee, I’ve never worn shorts…I just went out and bought two pair.Bob Sampson
I chose the Bald Eagle and Flag Design with a USMC emblem. My pride goes up every time people see it and the reaction is “OH WOW IS THAT COOL.” The work done by Prosthetic INK offers a unique one of a kind prosthetic and that is just what I wanted.Mark Beall
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