The Veterans Affairs-Defense Department electronic health record project is more than a patient wiki.
The Government Accountability Office has completed a detailed study of three private citizens and what influence they might have had on decisions made by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
In today’s Federal Newscast, while many agencies are setting reopening dates in early to mid-June to bring an initial wave of employees back to the office, the Merit Systems Protection Board is waiting until the end of June.
In two separate reports, VA’s inspector general describes opportunities the department missed to learn from DoD’s rocky EHR rollout in the Pacific Northwest.
Enforced isolation of the pandemic has made a lot of people a bit lonelier. For veterans already at risk of suicide, the situation deepens the threat.
The Department of Veterans Affairs was on track to roll out an initial set of electronic health record capabilities at its first site in Spokane, Washington, in July. But the coronavirus pandemic has paused those plans indefinitely.
HHS made recommendations to covered entities to improve the security of their electronic health records.
In today’s Federal Newscast, we get a look inside the command center of the interagency task force, responsible for tracking real-time data on the spread of the coronavirus.
Development challenges were behind the decision to delay the rollout of an initial set of electronic health record capabilities at the first site, the Department of Veterans Affairs told members of Congress.
In today’s Federal Newscast, in an open letter to the Democratic candidates for president, Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) asked them how they plan to rebuild the federal workforce.