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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.
Kurt DelBene eyes EHR modernization, telehealth and workforce development.
The agency is currently reevaluating how respiratory, auditory, and mental conditions are qualified within its disabilities and compensation program.
One leader makes the case for choosing VA for health care with an integrated care model.
The agency is working with academia and private sector partners to close the care gap between underserved populations.
Efforts to address veteran feedback and reform business lines appear to be increasing overall satisfaction with VA services.
This Memorial Day, veteran service organizations are embracing tech impacts and new ways of honoring those who served.
VA is collaborating with DOD to improve transition support for service members and veterans.
The agency will launch new capabilities within its interactive application for the public to give tribute to veterans digitally.
VA leads incorporate the veteran experience in all facets of digital development.
Veterans Affairs has taken a leading role in the national pandemic response and overcoming barriers in health equity.
Designing digital services for the user and with partners are critical.
The VLM platform is a digital tribute to remember the legacies of veterans and service members interred at a VA national cemetery.
AI moves beyond 'just an IT issue' as it shows potential to transform workforce, veterans and health fields.