VA treatment records falsified, probe finds
The disclosures by current and former Department of Veterans Affairs employees have prompted investigations by the House Committee on Veterans Affairs and the VA's Inspector General.
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#1 May 5, 2014
Another example of crimes against veterans. Stop this crap. Give every veteran a health care card and let them find the care they need, anywhere they can find it. Why limit our veterans to seeking treatment in a health care system that is obviously broken and corrupt.
#2 May 6, 2014
Obviously no other veterans care. Their voices have not been heard so that only lead to more corruption UNTIL it affects that veteran. We can stop this if our voices are heard.
#3 May 6, 2014
"other instances of misunderstanding"
Is that what they are calling it now? If they did their job like they were supposed to do, there would be no 'misunderstandings'.
Clerks at the Department of Veterans Affairs clinic in Fort Collins were instructed last year how to falsify appointment records so it appeared the small staff of doctors was seeing patients within the agency's goal of 14 days, according to the investigation.
This speaks for itself.
What more needs to be done for veterans to speak up to stop this from happening!!!!!!!
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