The range of health issues facing America's veterans is both wide and ever-evolving. The American Legion recognizes this and provides valuable health-care information on a variety of conditions, as well as regularly updated information on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Life stories of age 55-plus combat and women veterans needed to help improve VA care.
A little more than half of OIF, OEF and OND veterans have sought VA health care since discharge.
Those without health insurance failing to take advantage of VA health care.
Goal is to measure health of veterans deployed to 1990-1991 Gulf War veterans, as well as veterans who served elsewhere during same period.
Integrated Electronic Health Record system will be implemented at San Antonio, Texas, and Hampton Roads, Va.
Army reviewing mental health cases dating back to 2001 to ensure that soldiers weren’t denied appropriate medical retirement benefits.
VA is no longer charging veterans for In-Home Video Telehealth Care.
The Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force evaluated the quality of VA rural health care in 13 states.
Public invited to attend discussion on ‘Caring for Veterans through Discovery and Collaboration.’
The American Legion begins its next round of System Worth Saving trips to VA medical centers next week.