Report: VA healthcare still has 'profound deficiencies'
Two years after a scandal over long wait times for veterans seeking healthcare, the Veterans Affairs Department still has “profound deficiencies” in delivering healthcare to millions of veterans, a congressional commission says in a new report.
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