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VA’s acting deputy secretary discusses new innovations to support veterans and how VA will prepare for a post-COVID world.
Agency CTOs highlighted the areas they're working on to improve IT across the department.
SAMHSA and other agencies are introducing communications and tech campaigns to support the mental health challenges of older people.
USDA and VA are modernizing IT systems to prepare for the digital future.
VA is leveraging new platforms and services to provide better and faster care to veterans.
The agency is working to ensure veterans who need remote care are given the resources to overcome financial hardship or a lack of internet access.
IHS's acting director spoke on the current state and future needs of the agency as Congress considers the FY 2022 budget.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is bolstering its managed services to support digital experiences and solutions.
Various modernization initiatives to improve public health have pivoted as a result of the pandemic.
Additional funding is providing $2.5 billion to the agency in supplemental block grant funding for states for pandemic-related stressors.
Emergency investments in telehealth and digital services allowed for broader access to VA health care that will persist beyond the pandemic.
The agency’s ongoing investment in digital services, cloud computing and overall IT modernization has allowed VA to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine with exceptional speed.
Senate and House VA leads are working together to tackle veterans mental health care, vaccinations and more.
The VA Office of Connected Care has worked to boost capabilities in remote counseling for veterans.
Mental and physical health care required new strategies to reach and build trust with the public during the pandemic.
The Indian Health Service is looking at how tools like telehealth and EHRs will impact tribal populations long term.
VHA is fostering advances in remote care to better serve veterans.
The agency has laid the foundation for stronger remote care infrastructure that will persist beyond the pandemic.
VA and HHS has used financial support along with a focus on instruction to encourage remote care.
Technology can help ease health care providers facing psychological and physical exhaustion amid the pandemic.