A window into Government healthcare, the older brother Department of Veterans Affairs
We all heard the sales pitches to sell a new government healthcare network to Americans and all the misleading slogans: "you can keep your doctor period", "would save the
average family $2,500 a year”, the new department would not add to the deficit:
All proven false and known to be false before the sales pitches went public. On top of this failure and misconception, millions of dollars to a website that had three years to build, no back end functionality, limited security, and crashes constantly. Ok, this is one examp
le how a “respectable”, “responsible”, and “honest”
government bureaucrats are. But this is just the baby of the older brother Department of Veterans Affairs, (VA). A history of how incompetent government is in reality to what the bureaucrats make them out as: To save the public from itself yet it is the government that excludes itself for its own, failed oppressive laws.
GOVERNMENT HEALTHCARE: IN REALITY
Employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) destroyed veterans’
medical files in a systematic attempt to eliminate backlogged veteran medical exam requests, a former VA employee told The Daily Caller. Audio of an internal VA meeting obtained by The DC confirms that VA officials in Los Angeles intentionally canceled backlogged patient exam
committee was called System Redesign and the purpose of the meeting was to
figure out ways to correct the department’s efficiency. And one of the issues at the time was the backlog,” Oliver Mitchell, a Marine veteran and former patient
services assistant in the VA Greater Los Angeles Medical Center, told The DC.