• Make your voice heard to improve the VA website

    VA invites Veterans, their families, and caregivers to participate in research to enhance user experiences on the VA.gov website.

  • VA Health and Benefits mobile app – six essential facts

    More than 821,000 Veterans who want the convenience of an easy app on their smartphones are downloading VA’s Health and Benefits mobile app.

  • No slowing down: Get VA’s mobile app and keep moving

    VA’s new mobile app lets Veterans access benefits and health care resources when they want, where they want—right from their smartphone.

  • Mobile apps giving Veterans more control over their health

    An Army Veteran talks about the value he gets from a third-party mobile application that connects directly to his VA.gov profile.

  • Start online to make the most of your health care visit

    With eScreening, fill out some forms before talking to your provider and free up more time to focus on your health concerns.

  • VA modernizing networks to support NCA cemeteries, sites, services to Veteran families

    NCA's new fiber optic networks better serve Veterans and their loved ones at NCA’s cemeteries and offices.

  • Single sign-in eases Veteran access to VA websites

    My HealtheVet is joining  VA.gov and My VA Health in offering a consistent sign-in experience, which also adds a layer of security.

  • Medical support assistants play vital role in Veteran care

    At VA, medical support assistants serve as important members of […]

  • Hook, line, and sinker: How to up your phishing game

    Learn how to up your phishing game with these helpful tips from OIT’s Office of Information Security.

  • Mobile apps make it easier for Veterans to manage their health

    If you’re looking for easy, convenient ways to help boost your health, check out the many free mobile apps available to Veterans.

  • Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center reaches 383 Veterans in Kentucky

    From July 13th through 15th, VA partnered with the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs, United Way 211, and other community partners to host the latest V-VEAC in Kentucky. This event provided immediate action on the needs of 383 Veterans.

  • VA extending listening sessions through the week of June 14

    VA has been hosting public virtual listening sessions across the country since March to hear from Veterans about their care. We are extending listening sessions through the week of June 14.

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