The Veterans Affairs Department is looking at a flat level of $3.3 billion for information technology in fiscal 2011, but managed some increases for benefits automation and telemedicine.
The administration has proposed only a small increase for IT spending in fiscal 2011.
The Defense and Veteran Affairs departments have finally met their goal of making their digital health record systems compatible, says a new GAO report.
The Military Health System released its 2010 to 2015 strategic plan for information technology that focuses on 10 goals.
The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments are hiring a contractor to analyze if Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record patient data can be successfully exchanged in a community.
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The Veterans Affairs Department and Kaiser Permanente claim success for their data exchange effort for about 460 veterans in San Diego.
VistA, the Veterans Affairs Department's electronic health record software, might be the apex of what digital health care has to offer, but it also has problems that have prevented more widespread use.
A program enacted in 2006 to help the Veterans Affairs Department beef up its information security expertise by offering financial assistance to doctoral students and those who recently earned doctorates still is more than a year away from awarding its first scholarship, according to a report made to Congress.
A Veterans Affairs clerk has met with President Barack Obama in recognition of her idea on how to reduce waste.
The Industry Advisory Council is examining the Veterans Affairs Department's VistA electronic medical record system and wants to accentuate the system's good points while upgrading its outdated software.
Veterans Affairs Department officials failed to punish business owners who lied to them to get a contract set aside for service-disabled veterans.