Audit: 5 Ohio VA sites saw most vets within month
Five Veterans Affairs medical facilities in Ohio scheduled most of their patients for appointments within 30 days, but the average wait time for many new enrollees to be seen was more than a month, according to a VA audit released Monday.Full Story
#1 Jun 11, 2014
The rest of the VA healthcare systems should take notice, this is how you cover your tracks. The Ohio VA healthcare system just goes to show you that anything can be covered up properly if your employees are given the correct incentatives.
The only way Ohio could have done any better than the rest of the country is that this rust belt state has fewer veterans in need of healthcare than other areas of the counry.
Give EVERY veteran a healthcare card and let them choose where they go to seek their medical care instead of being forced to wait on an antiquated, inefficient and incompetant healthcare provider like the VA.
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