Warnings On ‘gaming’ Patient Waits Go Back Years
The latest report about problems at the VA that led to Secretary Eric Shinseki’s resignation is hardly the first independent review that documented long wait times for some patients seeking health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Eleven years ago, a task force established by President George W. Bush determined that at least 236,000 veterans were on a waiting list of six months or more for a first appointment or an initial follow-up. For at least seven years, independent government investigators have been telling Congress about VA officials ‘gaming’ appointment schedules to hide delays in treating veterans.
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