When VA pivoted to emergency footing in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, OIT Specialists supporting VBA went above and beyond to ensure that Veterans’ claims processing carried on without interruption.
VA set to offer Veterans more flexibility in how they communicate with Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment counselors with e-VA, a large-scale artificial intelligence tool used for sending text messages, obtaining answers to basic questions, scheduling appointments, and receiving reminders.
OIT is reducing the time Veterans spend submitting applications, increasing transparency, and shortening the time it takes to receive a decision from VA by launching and enhancing application programming interfaces (APIs).
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will release new capabilities this summer providing Veterans who receive care at VA with the ability to access their personal medical data using the Health Records on iPhone feature from Apple.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently launched its first Health Application Programming Interface (API) that will power the next generation of Blue Button features by enabling Veterans to interact with their own personal health data within innovative mobile and web-based apps.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is investigating a telephone scam involving an individual(s) who impersonates a VA Office of General Counsel attorney. The individual(s) reportedly calls Veterans and requests money from the Veterans to process their claims for benefits.
Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Information and Technology (OIT) released its 2017 Year in Review to celebrate the tremendous progress OIT has made in the past year toward creating a modern VA and an enhanced Veteran experience.