VA Hospitals Still Struggling With Adding Staff Despite Billions From Choice Act

(By Steve Walsh, KPBS, Patricia Murphy, KUOW, Stephan Bisaha, and Quil Lawrence for NPR)

Before they get to work on reforming the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Congress and the White House might want to take a closer look at the last time they tried it –- a $16 billion fix called the Veterans Choice and Accountability Act of 2014, designed to get veterans medical care more quickly. Continue reading article here…

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