A Los Angeles office for the Department of Veterans Affairs improperly paid nearly $500,000 to 14 veterans, a report from the VA inspector general released Wednesday found.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has failed to meet its self-imposed deadline for reducing the backlog of disability claims to zero.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) apologized on Wednesday for temporarily implementing what it called an “ill-advised” policy at some medical centers that banned veterans from bringing cellphones to appointments, according to a statement provided by the VA to the Washington Free Beacon.
Executives at the Department of Veterans Affairs pulled in a combined $2 million in taxpayer money by taking advantage of a relocation program, an inspector general found.
The Department of Veterans Affairs network of health systems faces “crises in leadership and culture” in addition to other systematic problems, an independent assessment finds.
The flaws rampant in VA hospitals demand a “system-wide reworking” of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), according to the report out Friday.
The Department of Veterans Affairs spent $1.3 billion to render its electronic claims system “partially effective,” a new VA inspector general report finds.
More than 307,000 of the pending records in the Department of Veterans Affairs’ health care enrollment system belong to individuals who have already died, a VA Office of Inspector General report finds.
A new audit shows that the Department of Veterans Affairs has decreased its efforts to determine the cause of medical mistakes over the course of a four-year period despite a host of scandals, failures, and deaths plaguing the department-run medical centers in recent years.
Staff members at a VA hospital in Wisconsin nicknamed “Candy Land” for its increase in painkiller drug prescriptions have been found at fault in the death of a former U.S. Marine last year.