Lawmakers are seeking a schedule of repayments to disabled veterans who were erroneously charged by the VA.
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One of the pressing issues facing Veterans in rural communities is the lack of fast, reliable internet service, or any internet service at all. According
VA now offers a local community urgent care benefit as a supplemental option, in addition to continuing to provide same day services in primary care
The Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center, along with VAs across the nation, rolled out their new program this month for veterans seeking care …
Last week, VA implemented changes to community care under the VA MISSION Act. The changes included expanded eligibility for community care and a new urgent
VA correctional health conference team members: (L to R) Raymond Perez, Phoenix VA, Dr. Matthew Stimmel, VA Palo Alto, Machele Huff, Salem VAMC On any
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During the week of June 9-15, 2019, VA will be partnering with Give an Hour for a global mental health outreach effort: A Week to Change
As part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) commitment to provide excellent health care for Veterans, the department will implement a new policy
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
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