The trauma of war can harm the children of soldiers once they’re home—but it doesn’t have to.
Bowen screamed, “You’re dead.”
Since its inception in 1776, the United States of America has experienced wartime relations throughout almost its entire lifespan. Some of these wars were short, some were long, some were victories, and some were losses. Some of these wars cost the United States a whole lot of money.
After 138 contractors hired to develop, manage and maintain its legacy VistA EHR, it's now obsolete since VA plans to replace system with Cerner.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs spent $1.1 billion with 138 contractors from 2011 to 2016 on multiple efforts to modernize its legacy EHR system, VistA, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has reversed course on a plan to essentially end a $460 million program that helps provide housing to homeless Veterans after facing blowback when news of the decision broke.
“They went and served their country—and they’re messed up and everything.”
The Department of Veterans Affairs has knowingly hired doctors with trails of misconduct allegations, licensing problems, malpractice accusations, and patient settlements, according to a recent USA Today investigation.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin has killed a plan to shift money from a major homelessness program in response to a wave of protest from Veterans' advocates, who said the move would aggravate conditions for chronically ill and vulnerable Vets.
According to an explosive new USA Today investigation, the Department of Veterans Affairs is still hiring doctors with malpractice claims and even felony convictions in their professional histories.
Learn how the Tribal Housing and Urban Development-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program helps homeless Native American Veterans exit homelessness. Tribal HUD-VASH combines rental assistance from HUD with case management, clinical and supportive services provides by VA specifically for Native American Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
The new Veterans Identification Card (VIC) provides a safer and more convenient and efficient way for most Veterans to show proof of service. With the VIC, Veterans with honorable service to our nation will no longer need to their paper DD-214s to obtain Veteran discounts and other services.The VIC is a more portable and secure method for those who served the minimum obligated time in service, but do not qualify for a military retirement card or VA health care.
White House VA Hotline Now Fully Staffed and Operational Around the Clock to Serve Nation’s Veterans
Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that the White House VA Hotline, first launched in June as part of President Donald J. Trump’s commitment to reforming VA, is now fully staffed with live agents working to serve Veterans 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.