VA EHR modernization

Jerry Moran

With deployments ramping up next year, senators seek more transparency on VA EHR

The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee introduced new legislation that would require regular reports from the Department of Veterans Affairs on the cost,…

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Congress fears VA is ‘moving on’ amid persistent EHR challenges, low employee morale at initial go-live site

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Part 2: What VA can do to fix the doomed $16B (and counting) Electronic Health Record modernization

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Why VA’s $16B (and counting) Electronic Health Record Modernization is doomed

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Getty Images/iStockphoto/Kiyoshi TannoWashington DC/USA Mar 25 2019/Signboard of United States Department of Veterans Affairs(VA).The VA stands in front of Lafayette Square Park in the north of the White House.

After underreporting billions, VA will launch new initiative to review EHR’s costs

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Few VA employees easily navigating new EHR after training, months of use, auditors say

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VA’s EHR strategic review is complete, but path forward isn’t quite ready for primetime

Veterans Affairs has finished its highly-anticipated strategic review of the electronic health record modernization program, but it needs more time to…

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(Sarah Silbiger/Pool via AP)Secretary of Veterans Affairs nominee Denis McDonough speaks during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021, in Washington. (Sarah Silbiger/Pool via AP)

Pent up demand for VA services driving record 2022 budget request, agency says

The Department of Veterans Affairs also envisions additional funding for its electronic health record modernization program, accountability office and…

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(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)Veteran Affairs building near the White House in Washington, Feb. 14, 2018. An internal watchdog's investigation has found that Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin improperly accepted Wimbledon tennis tickets and likely wrongly used taxpayer money to cover his wife's airfare for an 11-day European trip. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

VA sees trust improve by 24% in five years, thanks to veterans experience effort

Trust in the Department of Veterans Affairs has grown 24% in the last five years, according to a new report from VA’s Veterans Experience Office.

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