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VistA electronic medical record system and wants to accentuate the system's good points while upgrading its outdated software.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.
The Veterans Affairs Department is posting its annual hospital report card online for the first time, said VA Secretary Eric Shinseki.
A Senate task force plans to examine how technology can help measure how government agencies perform.
The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments are seeking vendors for a series of pilot projects in anticipation of the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record program.
The inspector general's office has issued a new report criticizing VA for not following through on indications that VistA outages might be affecting patient care.
The Veterans Affairs Department plans to compete an extensive, multiple-award information technology services contract that would meet the department's software, hardware and engineering needs.
The Veterans Affairs Department and health care provider Kaiser Permanente are collaborating to share patient medical data electronically, starting in December.
Medical devices on the VA's networks make it difficult to ensure data security, two senior officials told a federal health IT panel.
Agencies that award contracts to service-disabled veterans don’t check on whether a company is eligible for the special set-aside and millions are lost, GAO official says.
VA CIO Roger Baker has asked IAC for help in formulating ideas to spread the department's health information technology system more broadly into the private sector