Published by The Gateway Pundit
Written by Brock Simmons
In the seemingly never ending chain of scandals involving the Veterans Administration, the last public relations black eye involves the Roseburg, Oregon clinic turning down health care to veterans who have more serious and complex health issues, all so they can get better ratings reviews from less sick patients who are easier to treat, and in return, reaping rewards for bonus pay.
The New York Times, if you can believe it, actually broke the story. Highlights (lowlights?) include:
An 81-year-old veteran hobbled into the emergency room at the rural Veterans Affairs hospital here in December, malnourished and dehydrated, his skin flecked with ulcers and his ribs broken from a fall at home.
See the full story here.
January 3, 2018
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