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Post Date: 21st Dec, 2017 - 4:12pm / Post ID: #

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And this is why veterans are not getting good health care. Hiring medical professionals that have had their licenses revoked is not good news for veterans at all.

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21st Dec, 2017 - 10:46pm / Post ID: #

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Could be good grounds to sue. I was surprised when I saw the Trump administration decided to keep the same director over Veterans' Affairs with all these things going on.


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Post Date: 18th Jan, 2018 - 11:17am / Post ID: #

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Trump’s new VA whistleblower-protection office has delayed discipline against 70, drawing praise. Since President Trump created a whistleblower-protection office at the Department of Veterans Affairs by executive order in April, the office has stepped in to help more than 70 VA employees by delaying discipline against them until further investigation can be conducted, USA TODAY learned in an exclusive interview. It's unclear what the end results will be - the director of the office, Peter O'Rourke, said that 41 of those cases remain open. Ref. USAToday.

Post Date: 18th Jan, 2018 - 6:52pm / Post ID: #

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Just the fact that they had to step in to DELAY discipline of the employees who are whistle blowers shows nothing has changed. They are still going to get disciplined for being a whistle blower. This practice needs to stop so that changes that help the veterans are brought about and more care given.

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VA hospital employees send new secretary a letter begging to end ‘incompetence’ and fix worsening conditions. VA hospital employees send new secretary a letter begging to end ‘incompetence’ and fix worsening conditions. The Washington, D.C., Veterans Affairs medical center was supposed to improve after a series of high-profile changes were made last year. But a series of internal reports shows conditions have deteriorated instead, and a group of hospital employees have taken the rare step of writing new VA Secretary Robert Wilkie to beg for help. Ref. USAToday.

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VA's mismanaged police force cost taxpayers millions, left gaps in protecting patients and staff, investigators say. The Department of Veterans Affairs failed to properly manage thousands of VA police officers who patrol its medical centers across the country, resulting in short-staffing and millions in overtime charged to taxpayers, as well as missed opportunities to ensure staff and veteran patients are protected, federal investigators found. The VA employs nearly 4,000 officers at 139 medical centers around the country. Ref. USAToday.

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VA unveils proposed rules easing veterans' access to private care. The Department of Veterans Affairs released proposed regulations Wednesday that would give veterans more options to get private care at taxpayer expense and deliver on a key campaign promise for President Donald Trump. The rules would allow veterans who have to drive 30 minutes to a VA facility or wait 20 days for a VA appointment to instead get private health care. Source 3d.

Post Date: 11th Mar, 2020 - 11:54pm / Post ID: #

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Visitors banned at Veterans Affairs nursing homes after five patients at its medical centers and clinics test positive for coronavirus. Cases have been reported in Nevada, California and Louisiana. The patients are either in isolation at home or being cared for by specially trained staff. Ref. USAToday.

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