Thursday, September 29, 2016

The Worst Boss

When it comes to the government, scraping the bottom of the barrel is areward, not punishment:
In St. Louis, Nelson oversaw a hospital that potentially exposed 1,800 patients to HIV and was closed twice for serious medical safety issues. Patients and employees both gave it the worst possible marks for trustworthiness. The Democratic congressman who represents the area around the facility said mediocrity “thrives” under Nelson and he was astounded that she was still employed by the VA.

When she starts Oct. 2, she will become the seventh director in less than three years for Phoenix’s hospital — the epicenter of the national wait-time scandal that rocked the nation. She is the second consecutive boss who is known to have a bad track record even before her first day on the job.
She'll fit right in...

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