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Archive for the ‘Eye on Veterans’ Category

Sturman operated a clinic at Indiana University Hospital but lost his admitting privileges in 2012 after failing to complete medical charting and documentation of patient visits. A VA Illiana Health Care doctor is facing three counts of reckless homicide in Marion County, Ind., for allegedly over-prescribing narcotics for pain management in the deaths of his patients. Dr. John K. Sturman Jr. — a neurologist and staff physician at the pain   Read More ...

The City of San Antonio is getting a big financial boost from one of its largest companies in the fight against veteran homelessness as USAA pledged $2.1 million toward the local effort on Friday. The 93-year-old Fortune 500 company, which employs more than 23,000 people nationwide, was inspired by the Mayor’s Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness, a campaign launched by the Obama administration in 2014, and undoubtedly by its membership   Read More ...

Robert McDonald, head of the Veterans Administration, claims he’s making “great progress” delivering health care to vets and turning around the agency’s mismanagement and corruption. Don’t believe him. Right now, more than 35,000 combat vets who are automatically eligible for VA care are stuck on hold because the enrollment process is broken beyond belief. It’s been going on for years. A new Inspector General’s report shows the VA system can’t   Read More ...

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The VA inspector general’s office has confirmed mismanagement of almost a million veterans’ health records. Over 300,000 vets may have died awaiting care. Despite President Obama’s recent call for further reform of the veteran care system, nearly 900,000 military veterans still have pending health care applications with the Department of Veterans Affairs, the VA inspector general’s office confirmed in a new report. More than 300,000 of those veterans are believed to   Read More ...

All that glitters is not gold says a former tenant of an upscale property, The Barcelona Lofts in San Antonio Texas. As always, due to privacy, we do not disclose the name of the tenant. However, we have pictures to show the type of deep rooted infestation the tenant was dealing with, and they are quite disturbing. Also, images of the mold damage. The tenant alleges that the unbeknownst to   Read More ...

THE COURT SYSTEM THINKS SO. Did you also know that the killer who gunned down honorably discharged decorated solider, (American Sniper fame) CHRIS KYLE’s bail was set at 3 MILLION DOLLARS while HONORABLY DISCHARGED decorated Vet Rodney Nesbitt’s killer’s bail was set at ONLY $25,000 dollars for one suspect and $50.000 for the 2nd suspect. The third suspect is still at large.‪#‎BLACKLIVESMATTER‬ Disparate Bail Cannot be Ignored: http://articles.latimes.com/1991-07…/…/me-2860_1_murder-case

Did you know that the judge that allowed decorated solider . Rodney Jermaine Nesbitt’s killers to roam free on bond is the same judge that threw the book at a Greenville man, Roger Dennis Owens, sentencing him to more than 10 years and six months in prison after admitting to INJURING a dog by dragging it behind his pickup truck. (there were also traffic tickets) Yet, she allowed Maine’s killers   Read More ...

Veterans Affairs hospitals across the country reported more than 500 incidents last year where patients were gravely injured or died as a result of the care they received. Data obtained by the Washington Free Beacon through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) shows 575 “institutional disclosures of adverse events”—the bureaucratic phrase for reporting a serious mistake—at VA hospitals in fiscal year 2013. See the data here. According to the Veterans   Read More ...

Thousands of orders for diagnostic medical tests have been purged en masse by the Department of Veterans Affairs to make it appear its decade-long backlog is being eliminated, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner. About 40,000 appointments were “administratively closed” in Los Angeles, and another 13,000 were cancelled in Dallas in 2012. That means the patients did not receive the tests or treatment that had been ordered, but   Read More ...

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