The Department of Veterans Affairs has policies intended to help ensure the privacy, safety, and dignity of women veterans when they receive medical care at its facilities. For example, exam rooms must have privacy curtains and exam tables must face away from doors. In 2010, we found weaknesses in these areas—have things gotten better since then?
A team led by Randy Williamson, a director in our Health Care team, recently looked at the extent to which certain VA facilities were complying with these policies, and found room for improvement. Listen to Randy explain what they found.
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