VA hospitals are recording patients’ life stories to help strengthen understanding between patients and their caregivers. Including such stories in medical records may even improve
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The federal government owes at least $189 million to 53,000 disabled veterans who overpaid on their home loans, the department’s inspector general found.
Note: This article is one in a series on VA’s progress implementing the VA MISSION Act of 2018. Under the VA MISSION Act, it will
Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the publication in the Federal Register of two final regulations as part of its new Veterans
VA Portland Health Care System prepares to launch new non-VA health care options on June 6, 2019, under MISSION Act allowing Veterans to more easily
Note: This article is one of a series on VA’s progress implementing the VA MISSION Act of 2018. As the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s
In recognition of “World No Tobacco Day” on May 31, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will reaffirm its “Better Starts Today” campaign, calling
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has made mental health care treatment available to former service members with other-than-honorable (OTH) administrative discharges through two new programs.
Walgreens recently announced a commitment to hire 5,000 Veterans over the course of five years through their Helping Veterans with Educational and Retail Opportunities Program
Join VA’s Office of Connected Care and the Army Wife Network on Wednesday, May 22 at 12 p.m. ET for a Facebook Live event featuring
May is Mental Health Awareness month, which provides us with an excellent opportunity to talk about a much-discussed, and often misunderstood, subject that affects all
Maybe it’s the moment when you realize that things could be better or the moment when you decide you need to reach out for help.