Leading up to Memorial Day, the National Cemetery Administration is highlighting recent enhancements to the nation’s first virtual platform for paying tribute to deceased Veterans at VA national cemeteries.
Among the wide array of mobile applications and other digital on-demand tools that have emerged from Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Information and Technology in recent years, VEText now stands apart.
The Office of Information and Technology’s first-ever Women’s Panel inspired hundreds of employees by bringing together leaders from across the organization to discuss the challenges, shared and unique experiences, and successes inherent to being a woman in information technology.
As telehealth visits surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, IT experts at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) acted quickly to ensure a seamless Veteran and clinician experience, creating solutions in real-time to improve VA’s telehealth capabilities.
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).
Today the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that it has approved a medical research partnership with DeepMind to address the global issue of patient deterioration during hospital care, which accounts for 11 percent of in-hospital deaths around the world.