reasons & remarks redivivus. Healthcare Transparency

September 2011
PN;Sep2011, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p10
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The article presents the author's insights on the move of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) regarding the performance comparison of VA hospitals under the leadership of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. He mentions that VA Transparency Program-ASPIRE compares the performance of all VA hospitals in the nation concerning areas that are significant to veterans. He says that information regarding the program can be accessed at hospitalcompare.va.gov website. He expresses his approval to Shinseki.


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