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Providers’ concerns often fall on deaf ears.
worse than not being heard: punishments meted for “not being a team player”
motto at our VA: keep your head low…and your voice lower
I’m not even confident this e-mail will be protected. In the seven years I have been at the VA no one has ever asked for an opinion about the quality of health care we provide. There is a “learned helplessness” as we are constantly told to change the way we practice to meet some new bureaucratic mandate.
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