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Investments in technical modernization, caretaking resources appear to be benefiting veterans in crisis.
Complex data integration is helping researchers and clinicians understand the origins of TBI – and how to better treat it.
The agency affirms its stance on providing abortion services in several cases.
The agency is looking to keep pace with the rate of technical change as a foundation of its enterprise cybersecurity strategy.
Memorial Affairs Undersecretary Matthew Quinn prioritizes tech in veteran memorial programs.
The newly passed PACT Act would provide support for veterans suffering from exposure to burn pits and other forms of toxic hazard.
VA is overseeing digitization of its education support and scholarship benefits.
New developments in VA’s profile pages for veterans laid to rest help family members memorialize their legacy.
The Veterans Health Administration is partnering with Uber Health to provide transit for veterans who might otherwise be unable to access physical and mental health services.
Health care leader brings experience overseeing large-scale care networks and policymaking to his role as VA’s highest-ranking medical official.
The agency is looking provide critical support and training to resolve issues in electronic health records.
The agency is using its modernized enterprise to better oversee the allocation of funding for its various programs.
HHS, CMS and VA have spoken out about recent Supreme Court rulings concerning Roe v. Wade.
Focus on addressing prior lapses in services and care access have led to increasing veteran satisfaction.
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.
Development teams throughout the Veterans Health Administration have debuted new prototypes that bolster the agency’s attention to continuity of care.
Agencies looking to transform their IT systems and core services are driving change through comprehensive data integration.
Data released by external surveys show the agency’s facilities outperforming community hospitals in key areas.
The Department of Veterans Affairs unveiled new programs to expand veteran compensation and associated claims processing automation.