• The top 10 reasons why employees choose to work at VA

    From exceptional benefits to advanced technology, from education support to leadership opportunities, here are the top 10 reasons why we work at VA.

  • 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 and IBM collaboration to build pathways for Veteran success

    VA and IBM are collaborating to build pathways for Veteran success. What does that mean for Veterans looking to build a new career?

  • VA websites get ongoing enhancements

    VA’s websites are a work on progress, with new features and options being added to ease and improve the ability of Veterans to find the resources they need.

  • The future of policy for synthetic data in health care

    In an important partnership, VA has sought policy recommendations for the use of synthetic data to improve Veteran patient experiences.

  • 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.

  • Join “Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Improve Veteran Lives,” on February 16

    VA Privacy Service is Celebrating 20 Years of Service. Join the Privacy in Action Speaker Series Event, ‘Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Improve Veterans Lives,’ on Wednesday, February 16, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET.

  • Marine Veteran develops complex prosthetics for Veterans

    Prosthetic orthotist and Marine Veteran produces wide range of prosthetic devices for Veterans. Some exceed capabilities of most models today.

  • VA Telestroke uses new technologies to save lives

    Telestroke capabilities and artificial intelligence will increase the speed at which Veterans receive care when having a stroke.

  • Veteran eager to get back on motorcycle with new prosthesis

    It typically takes six to eight weeks to create a prosthesis for an amputee but Mechenbier received his in three thanks to the work of Pittsburgh VA orthotist/prosthetist Andrew Chambers and his team.

  • Nine ways Veterans are using telehealth right now

    Telehealth makes it easier for Veterans to connect with their VA care team. That’s why more Veterans are turning to telehealth. Here are a few ways Veterans are using telehealth right now.

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