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).
Over the past 6 months, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Office of Information and Technology have driven aggressive progress toward VA’s Digital Transformation, enabling a seamless, unified Veteran experience.
To ensure Veterans have proper access to care, the North Dakota Veterans Home partnered with the Fargo VA Medical Center to provide telehealth services to Veterans living at the home as well as within the surrounding communities.
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.
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.