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.
VA is using 5G to move into the next phase of its health care modernization.
Agencies are integrating human-centered design principles to improve customer-facing digital platforms and align with new executive order.
Federal agencies are focusing on data interoperability and knowledge-sharing partnerships to support increasingly advanced research initiatives.
Paul Cunningham outlines where VA is headed with its cybersecurity strategy and priorities.
VA's Geo Stent program is applying medical 3D printing to treating rare audiological conditions.
Health care agencies are implementing new technologies for enhanced data exchange.
Integrated EHR systems have shown considerable benefits for advancing both individual patient care and public health.
Interoperability in cross-agency EHRs rely on close internal collaboration.
One leader makes the case for choosing VA for health care with an integrated care model.
This Veterans Day, the agency leader talks EHRs, pandemic efforts and IT modernization.
Deputy Secretary Remy details next steps of EHR rollout, emphasizing patient safety and improved governance.
The agency’s 2021 iEX conference showcased new developments in custom prosthetics care, hearing recovery.
FDA, ONC and VA leaders address how they’re improving data flows to bolster IT infrastructures.
The agency has started paying out the pledged benefits to veterans exposed to chemical agents during the Gulf War in addition to compensation for those who served in Vietnam.
The agency adopted a new artificial intelligence policy focused on building out existing capacities while fostering veteran trust.
Leaders at GSA, IRS and VA discuss new digital services that help customers navigate government services.
The agency is exploring the use of augmented reality for conditions ranging from anxiety and PTSD to chronic pain management.
Agencies are working with their users to determine which technologies will improve the digital experience.
The agency’s medical 3D-printing network is improving the patient experience.