Veterans Affairs News and Analysis
Breaking news covering technology policy and IT development at the Department of Veterans Affairs, ranging from modernization of the VA’s health care system to breaking research into artificial intelligence and machine learning. The Veterans Health Administration manages one of the largest health care systems in the U.S., and has been engaged in breaking research into medical care and advanced diagnostics along with broad-reaching programs to modernize its electronic health records system. Considering the VA’s scope, reforms to its broader IT infrastructure have wide-reaching implications for the lives of veterans and America’s health care system as a whole.
The agency turns to industry amid a health records transformation and 'plug-and-play' capabilities.
A product line management approach is ensuring better use of resources and cost savings across the agency.
The agency is mobilizing a comprehensive experience treating disease and its modernized health IT system around supporting the effort.
Cloud leaders address how they’re transitioning to hybrid cloud environments.
The agency's product line management vision is seeing value with new efforts driving culture change.
The agency is using record digitization and process automation to streamline its FOIA process and empower its workforce.
The agency's veteran readiness division lead explains new digital tools that are improving veteran employment services.
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VA is accelerating data visualization and management practices to support veteran services.
Former VA product lead takes on a new OMB role following the departure of Maria Roat.
Joseph Thele and Mark Ricciardi explain how they plan to modernize VA HR systems.
The agency is looking to implement large-scale information security reforms designed to meet White House goals and counter an evolving threat landscape.
The agency's new EHR platform went live at its next site in Washington.
Samara Strauss discusses how VA's digital services team is leveraging human-centered design to improve veterans' experience and services.
The budget eyes prioritizing new allocations for mental and physical healthcare, facilities modernization.
The agency's health equity chief aims to close gaps in health care access for veterans.
Digitization and digitalization are two related areas enabling new projects and adoption of emerging technologies.
Development teams throughout the Veterans Health Administration have debuted new prototypes that bolster the agency’s attention to continuity of care.
VA is automating the verification of health claims through using an integrated data model that combines both service records and patient data.