The Veterans Health Administration’s Innovation Ecosystem is bigger than ever, and employees are still eager to pitch their own ideas — even when the funding needed to grow those ideas isn’t always guaranteed.
In today’s Federal Newscast, new legislation from Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) would give agencies the authority to fire employees and contractors convicted or credibly found to have committed sexual assault while in government.
A 3D printing network is growing within the Department of Veterans Affairs, which the agency sees as both a time saver for its providers but also a game changer for the future of veterans medical research.
From academia to the federal workforce, Dr. Carolyn Clancy has spent most of her career educating healthcare professionals and researching better ways to provide care to the veteran community. She joins Gigi Schumm on this week’s episode of Women of Washington.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is expanding its telehealth reach coverage to fill critical gaps in areas including mental health and primary care.
Too often, Veterans Health Administration officials aren’t aware of adverse actions against practitioners or don’t follow policy when they do know, says Kathy Larin at the Government Accountability Office.
Lisa Pape, deputy chief patient care services officer at the Veterans Health Administration, joined Women of Washington to discuss her career dedicated to helping veterans transition back into society.
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ systems aren’t purpose-built for 3D modeling in the medical field, but a new partnership with GE aims to change that.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said it is realigning the health administration to comply with the president’s reorganization executive order.
The Veterans Health Administration says its best ideas for improvement come from its own employees. It says putting those ideas into practice saved the agency nearly $23 million.