Obama's comments will follow an Oval Office meeting with VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. Also joining the meeting will be Rob Nabors, a longtime adviser to Obama, who has been temporarily dispatched to the VA to oversee a review of agency policies.
While Shinseki is facing calls for his resignation from some lawmakers, the White House says Obama continues to have confidence in the retired Army four-star general.
The VA is under fresh scrutiny following allegations that as many as 40 veterans may have died while awaiting treatment at a Phoenix hospital. There are also allegations that the hospital staff, at the instruction of administrators, kept a secret list of patients waiting for appointments to hide delays in care.