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Innovation Chief Ryan Vega sees great promise in the power of technology to improve PTSD, hearing loss and more.
Development teams throughout the Veterans Health Administration have debuted new prototypes that bolster the agency’s attention to continuity of care.
VA's Geo Stent program is applying medical 3D printing to treating rare audiological conditions.
The agency’s 2021 iEX conference showcased new developments in custom prosthetics care, hearing recovery.
The National COVID-19 Report Summary is part of the agency’s efforts to keep the public informed about the course of the epidemic.
New manufacturing techniques are closing shortages in necessary medical and protective equipment.
The technology is one way to solve national shortages of medical supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Agency thought leaders have positioned the agency to become a development hub in applying 3D printing to patient care.
They share a list with terrorism, climate change and nuclear weapons.
Many of these innovations start small.
Think full-body power suits and stress-relieving vests.
No Allen wrench required for self-assembling structures.