In late May, the National Steering Committee for Patient Safety gathered for its inaugural meeting. I am honored to co-chair this steering committee along with my friend and colleague, Tejal K. Gandhi, M.D., M.P.H., Chief Clinical and Safety Officer of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. The new committee represents an exciting opportunity to re-energize the Nation’s patient safety agenda.
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"I just think it's very unfair, the inequity of it all. You give up so much," Donna Joyner said of the wall put up by Congress at the Department of Veterans Affairs that has separated one generation of family caregivers to disabled veterans from another.
Veterans Affairs will start moving patients and equipment from the old Denver hospital to the new Aurora location this month.
WASHINGTON — Work on a “minibus” of multiple federal agencies’ fiscal 2019 budgets was abruptly halted Thursday over a dispute regarding Department of Veterans Affairs health funds that critics say could cripple the agency in coming years.
A new House subcommittee has been created with essentially one job -- to oversee the Department of Veterans Affairs' latest $10 billion-plus effort to set up electronic health records compatible with those of the Pentagon after past, costly failures.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Recruiting physicians to care for Veterans at the Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Medical Center has become a struggle.
The lack of affordable housing is at the forefront of the homeless crisis in Los Angeles County. But the city's annual point-in-time homeless count, released on June 1, showed that the Veteran homeless population had declined 18 percent.