Keyword: Veterans Administration
An independent review of an eligibility software tool contains so many flaws that it could compromise healthcare services for 75,000 veterans daily.
Up to 250,000 veterans could receive access to no-cost pharmacogenomic testing by 2022 under a new partnership with Sanford Health.
New research shows that vets who get opioids from both the VA and Medicare Part D are 2-3 times more likely to die from unintentional overdose.
A federal watchdog says the VA needs to tighten its credentialing after veterans were seen by providers disqualified from delivering patient care.
It may soon be easier for veterans to seek private healthcare.
James Paul Gfrerer was confirmed by the Senate to lead the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' EHR implementation, plus more health IT headlines.
A study from Dartmouth found better health outcomes among VA hospitals than private hospitals, plus other headlines from around the web.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is adding an opioid antidote to defibrillator cabinets for quicker overdose response.
LGBT patients can easily fall through the cracks, and the VA has built several programs aimed at bringing these veterans into its health system.
Weekly videoconferencing check-ins have shown promise in improving antibiotic prescribing practices at rural facilities.