TATRC established the National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network to make critical care expertise more accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Neil Evans brings experience with health IT management and digital modernization to his role as VA’s tech executive.
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.
The next-generation connectivity standard can improve augmented reality training, telemedicine and combat readiness.
With an uptick of mental health disorders during the pandemic, officials are scaling up tech to meet demand for care.
Telemedicine and remote monitoring devices can offer cancer patients much needed support amid COVID-19.
The agency has rolled out new features of its VEText application to maintain physical distancing.
The Army has adopted the technology, especially in mental health care, as DHA has advanced telemedical capabilities
The Defense Department is prototyping a series of 5G technologies across its bases to advance areas including telemedicine.
Mobile apps play an important role in telemedicine and mental health.
Expansion in telehealth services has allowed veterans to receive counseling even amidst the COVID-19 epidemic.
Efforts underway are aimed at delivering better and more efficient care to veterans.
The initiative represents a step forward for VA telehealth and expanding the availability of specialized care.
The technology could be beneficial toward improved and advanced patient care.
An update on VA's current tech tools, services and priorities moving forward to improve veteran health care, as outlined by VA CIO James Gfrerer.
Leaders in government and industry iterate importance of cybersecurity in modernizing veteran health care.
Increased usability and digital improvements to deliver care to veterans remain the Office of Connected Care chief's priorities.
But it can’t be scaled without “a vote of confidence that it protects and promotes patients."