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VA changes suicide risk policy after ABQ complaint
An investigation by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel into a whistleblower’s allegations that care for suicidal veterans at Albuquerque’s 
Empower veterans by giving them more choices for healthcare
At the young age of 18, I raised my hand and took an oath to serve my country, then spent more than five years in the Navy as a cryptologist. But for me, that oath has no 
December 7, 1941--a day which will live in infamy and a day retired United States Navy Petty Chief Officer James Hodge can still recall pieces of at 100 years old. 

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 U.S. cracks down on firms making predatory mortgages to veterans
The U.S. is taking steps to stamp out the practice of service members and veterans being pressured into taking mortgages they don't need, a move that officials say will lower consumer costs and could lead to financial penalties for lenders.​
The Ken Burns PBS “Documentary” of the Vietnam War

10 Tips to Help You Keep the Compensation and Pension Exam (C&P exam) in Perspective

Lawmakers to VA: “We’ve Got Your Back” on $10B IT Contract
Congress expressed its support for VA's electronic health records contract with Cerner, but promised to keep a close watch on its implementation.​
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VA, White House explore medical record interoperability with private hospitals
The Department of Veterans Affairs has its sights set beyond making its electronic health records interoperable with those of the Defense Department 
Bring Back the American Dream

In Loving Memory- Bruce Salisbury

Thanks for Your Patience!
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Review of Alleged Appeals Data Manipulation at the VA Regional Office, Roanoke, Virginia
A new VA OIG investigation concluded employees at Roanoke VA Regional Office falsified appeals numbers and illegally closed 84% of appeals.

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VA Exploring Alternative Treatments for TBI and PTSD 
A new VA OIG investigation concluded employees at Roanoke VA Regional Office falsified appeals numbers and illegally closed 84% of appeals.

VA Scheduling Now Available Online
You can now manage your primary care and certain specialty care VA appointments online at participating VA facilities. You will need a Premium My HealtheVet Account to use online scheduling.​