Frame veteran using the VA Coordinator for www.myhealth.va.gov
Connect the dots
Dot 1 - On May 13, 2013, the VA Coordinator for www.myhealth.va.gov falsely accused me of abusing the system and threatened to block me from using it. Access to this website is critical. I can't recognize setups like the 1 not 4 fills without it. Blocking my access to the medicine trails suggests my medicine will be stopped again. Stopping my medicine will disable or kill me.
Dot 2 - When I asked for the evidence for her charges against me she did not reply. This is the only way I can clear my name. But she doesn't have to answer. www.tucsonva.com/frames/falsely-accuse-11p.pdf
Dot 3 - No one in the VA questions this. I can't get a just power to recognize it. What triggered this? Is this a usual and customary abuse warning or was it tailored for me? No one will take notice. No one. If the intent is to fix the VA, why is there no attempt to fix this?
Dot 4 - This shows that the VA Coordinator can and will falsely accuse me of abusing the system. And use that frame-up to justify blocking me from using the system. And not be accountable.
Dot 5 - On May 20, 2017, the VA Coordinator put me in a similar position. But instead of accusing me of abusing the system, I have to agree in writing that the Coordinator doesn't need evidence (
"System Use Warning Notice I understand that I am accessing a U.S. Government information system (system) operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). I understand that as an authorized user I may only access information to which I have the legal authority to view and use. VA will monitor and record activity on this system to protect the system and its information and may use that monitoring information for official administrative or legal purposes. I understand that unauthorized use of the system such as gaining unauthorized access to data, changing data, causing harm to the system or its data or misuse of My HealtheVet components is prohibited and may result in criminal, civil, or administrative penalties. I also understand that VA can suspend or stop my use of this system if VA suspects any unauthorized use of the system attributable to my account has occurred. By accessing this system, I hereby acknowledge the above and consent to such monitoring. By clicking on this button, you are agreeing with the statements above. If you do not agree, then you will not be able to proceed because the login options will remain hidden. I Agree I Do Not Agree"
Dot 6 - The current "I Agree" statement says the VA has only to "suspect" guilt to block my access . This implies that they don't need evidence. History suggests I have two choices, (1) not agree, and be shut out and it made to appear as my fault, or (2) agree, and be falsely accused of something and be shut out and it made to appear as my fault. I can't stop the VA from framing me. I can only try to avoid helping them. My access to the VA website remains blocked (as of July 12, 2017)
What is the Tucson VA's position? Am I guilty or innocent of the Coordinator's charges? It should be one or the other. Which is it?
Can anyone get senior management at the Tucson VA to take an accountable position?
(below) My access to www.myhealth.va.gov is blocked now (Since May 20, 2017). The current "I Agree" statement says the VA has only to "suspect" guilt to block my access . This implies that they don't need evidence. History suggests I have two choices, (1) not agree, and be shut out and it made to appear as my fault, or (2) agree, and be falsely accused of something, and be shut out and it made to appear as my fault. I can only try to avoid helping them.
What triggered this warning? What is the source of the text? Did everyone get this same warning? Or was this text special for me?
This reminds me of being asked by the VA to sign an agreement that says they can telephone my daughter 900 miles away before I can get a certain type of Warfarin monitoring. They had refused my daughter's requests that they communicate with her in writing. Leaving a paper trail would show that they tried to use her against me. From my experience, this is why the VA insists, insists, on using the telephone. Calling it security does not change that.
To withhold a veteran's care unless the veteran agrees to do what the VA wants ithe veteran to do, is wrong. To use the veteran's care as a bargining chip is wrong.