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VA’s Board of Veterans’ Appeals Using Innovative Tools to Make a Record Number of Decisions

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Strengthened by innovative tools, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently issued a record number of decisions for Veterans appealing their disability benefits claims.

VA Establishes Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization to Support Transition From Legacy Patient Data System

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Focused on ensuring a successful transition from a legacy patient data system, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the recent establishment of the Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization (OEHRM).

IG investigating sexual misconduct among students and how DoD schools deal with it

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The Defense Department’s school system’s policies for dealing with serious student misconduct including sexual assault and sexual harassment are under scrutiny by the DoD Inspector General, according to an announcement from the IG.

Senate plans path ahead for ‘blue water Navy’ benefits fix

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WASHINGTON — Senate lawmakers will start their work next month on legislation to extend disability benefits for nearly 90,000 Veterans who worked around toxic chemicals during the Vietnam War but have been denied compensation for that exposure.

At New Steering Committee, a Revitalized Commitment to Patient Safety

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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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