Telehealth uses electronic information and communication technologies to support health care over long distances through such applications as teleconferences or retrieval of networked records.
CHAMPVA is a healthcare benefits program for 1) dependents of veterans who have been rated by VA as having a total and permanent disability, 2) survivors of veterans who died from VA-rated service-connected conditions, or who at the time of death, were rated permanently and totally disabled from a VA-rated service-connected condition; and 3) survivors of persons who died in the line of duty and not due to misconduct.
Resources offered by the center include support for community disaster management, mediation and alternate dispute resolutions, research and development, prayer, and links.
The VHA Chief Business Office seeks to maximize the recovery of funds due to the VA for the provision of health care services to veterans, family members, and others who use the VA system.
Veterans Industries is a vocational rehabilitation program that provides temporary and permanent staffing for information technology, manufacturing, warehousing, construction, office support, retail and the services delivery industry. We also provide outsource support in assembly, packaging, sorting, grading, reclaiming, and recycling.
The Foreign Medical Program is a health care benefits program for US veterans with VA-rated service-connected conditions who are residing or traveling abroad (Canada and Philippines excluded).
Administers federal health benefit programs for veterans and their family members. Home of the following Healthcare Benefit Programs — CHAMPVA, Foreign Medical Program (FMP), Spina Bifida.
Information on the VA National Formulary and related information is presented on this site.
In addition to monetary allowances, vocational training and rehabilitation, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) also provides VA-financed healthcare benefits to Vietnam veterans' birth children diagnosed with spina bifida.
VAVS volunteers assist veteran patients by augmenting staff in such settings as hospice programs, foster care, hospital-based home care, hospital wards, nursing homes, and veteran outreach centers.
The Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture is the computer system that supports day-to-day operations at local VA health care facilities.