Keyword: Department of Veterans Affairs
Months after challenging the VA's decision to award Cerner an EHR contract, CliniComp says the EHR giant "willfully" infringed a 1997 patent.
Veterans could face barriers to medical care if Congress doesn’t approve emergency funding for the Veterans Choice program.
The VA's switch to its new Cerner EHR carries a hefty price tag: around $10 billion over a decade, officials said.
Although the FCC's Ajit Pai says net neutrality reforms could be boon for telehealth, industry experts argue rural providers will be financially handcuffed.
A new Senate bill designed to improve healthcare for veterans includes a provision allowing VA physicians to practice telehealth across state lines.
A VA hospital in Iowa hired a neurosurgeon despite his disclosed history of more than a dozen malpractice claims.
A new GAO report raises new concerns about the quality of care delivered by medical centers associated with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A neurosurgeon has been barred from performing any surgeries at a VA medical center in Mississippi but continues to collect a $339,177 salary.
The opioid epidemic is costing the U.S. significantly more than was previously thought, according to a new White House report.
The Department of Veterans Affairs may merge its healthcare system with the Pentagon's, and many veteran groups are unhappy about it.