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.
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.
Report focuses on efforts to improve the delivery of health care for Gulf War veterans.
The Legion conducted a System Worth Saving site visit at a VA medical center in Hot Springs, S.D., to help keep the VA from closing its doors.
Facility, scheduled for completion in 2014, will serve veterans in four counties.
The American Legion’s System Worth Saving Task Force recently met in Washington to discuss its new VA health-care focus — patient satisfaction.
VA under secretary for Health tells Legionnaires that more studies need completed before hyperbaric oxygen treatments are issued to treat TBI, PTS.