- Associated Press - Friday, May 20, 2016

DENVER (AP) - VA investigators say they found no indications of improper scheduling lists at one specialty medical clinic in Grand Junction and two in Denver.

The Veterans Affairs Department inspector general on Friday released summaries of multiple investigations into Colorado VA clinics and hospitals.

The investigations were launched after some VA hospitals across the nation falsified records to make their wait times look better than they really were.

The reports say an endoscopy clinic in Grand Junction and clinics for prosthetics and audiology in Denver had followed the rules.

The reports also summarized two other investigations that were previously made public. A multi-specialty clinic in Fort Collins had changed records to make its scheduling record look better, and a sleep clinic in Denver had an “unofficial” scheduling list.


VA reports online: https://www.va.gov/oig/publications/administrative-summaries-of-investigation.asp

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