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For more than a decade, VA and military medical professionals, legislators, and industry have turned to Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine OUTLOOK for its specialized health care-related coverage of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Department of Defense.

Every spring and fall we interview the leaders of the major medical departments and programs within the VA and DoD, where discussions center on the challenges and initiatives in delivering the best-possible healthcare within the VA, the Military Health System, and armed services medical commands.

It is through the combination of high-quality editorial and uniquely designed softcover magazine-style format that OUTLOOK delivers interviews and stories in a manner that is engaging and at the same time matter.

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FY 2020 Veterans Affairs budget includes an increase of 9.5 percent for medical care. 


National Nurses Week
Each year a week is set aside to celebrate National Nurses Week. It's a way to honor the nursing profession and its members for their contributions to our nation’s healthcare. Nurses are celebrated at their workplaces, honored at special programs and events, and presented with awards for excellence.

As part of the 2021 National Nurses Week, Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook will feature special editorial to highlight VA and military nurse professionals, and the outstanding work they do every day.
Nurses in the VA & MHS
Nurses are in the front line of healthcare in VA facilities and military hospitals. Recognizing their importance in providing care, whether for active personnel, or primary and specialized care for our veterans, the DOD and VA are pursuing programs to recruit and retain nurses and incentivize personnel to pursue continuing education within the nursing profession.
Mental Health Services
The identification and treatment of mental health disorders and the need for psychological care for veterans and their families continues to grow. We will explore the efforts to increase capabilities in terms of treatment facilities, personnel, therapies, and education in the mental health profession.
Continued Covid Response Update
An update on efforts to advance and elevate the quality of care for warfighters and their families by bringing all U.S. military medical treatment facilities for all service branches together under the Defense Health Agency.
Modernization of Infrastructure
Expansion and improvement of medical infrastructure, both digital and brick and mortar, continues.
Empowering VA Personnel to Better Serve Veterans
Integrating business and new technology requires transforming multiple enterprise activities simultaneously. VA Modernization is leveraging change management to help VA employees embrace, adopt, and properly use these solutions to deliver excellent service to Veterans.
Supply Chain Modernization
Supply chain system modernization will improve effectiveness and efficiencies across the VA enterprise. A proven DoD supply chain solution, the new system will deliver an integrated and comprehensive supply chain, pharmaceutical, equipment, and facilities management capabilities to ensure that the right equipment and supplies are available when and where they are needed.
Tissue Regeneration
Severe injuries can lead to wounds that never heal properly, tissue regeneration has come to the forefront of several research centers.

Fall 2021

VA and Public Health
Battlefield Equipment Sterilization
3D Printing

Celebrating National Nurses Week 2021

Thursday, May 6th - Wednesday, May 12th 2021

As part of National Nurses Week, Veterans Affairs & Military Medicine Outlook will look at the role of nurses, the challenges they face, and the technology and training available to them. All of this will come together as we look at how VA and DoD nurses deliver world-class care to the millions of patients in their care.
The VA and DoD have two of the largest nursing staffs of any health care system in the world. Together, they number over 100,000 nationwide.
Nursing specialties and roles across the DoD and the VA are as varied and technical as they come. A force of registered nurses, advanced practice RNs, RN anesthetists, licensed practical and vocational nurses, nurse recruiters, certified nursing assistants, and clinical nurse leaders provide support, care, and advancements in treatment to our nation’s warriors and veterans. The locations and scenarios in which they provide care can range from war zones to research labs, onboard aircraft to your local outpatient care center. Nurses have served veterans, warfighters, and their families since the earliest days of the republic, and continue to serve today.

Past Interviews

(role and title reflect position held at time of interview)
John H. Windom, Executive Director of the Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Maj. Gen. Barbara R. Holcomb Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command and Fort Detrick, Maryland; Chief, U.S. Army Nurse Corps
U.S. Rep. Gus. M. Bilirakis, R-Fla. Vice Chairman of the Veterans' Affairs Committee and Co-chairman of the Military Veterans Caucus
Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West Surgeon General of the U.S. Army and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command
Lynda Davis, Ph.D. Chief Veterans Experience Officer, Veterans Health Administration
David J. Shulkin, M.D. Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs
Linda McConnell Chief Nursing Officer, VA Office of Nursing Services
Guy Kiyokawa Deputy Director, Defense Health Agency
Brig. Gen. Ron Place, M.D., M.B.A. Co-Lead Military Health System, Program Management Office, NDAA-2017
Shereef Einahal, M.D., M.B.A. Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Quality, Safety, and Value, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs
Kayla M. Williams Director of the Center for Women Veterans
Lt. Gen. Mark A. Ediger, M.D. Surgeon General of the U.S. Air Force
Dr. Timothy O'Leary Chief Research and Development Office, Veterans Health Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Robert A. McDonald Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs
Donna Gage, Ph.D., R.N. Chief Nursing Officer, Veterans Health Administration
There are 18.2 million veterans in the United States


Department of Veterans Affairs
Offices of the Secretary, Deputy Secretary
Offices of the Chief of Staff
Office of Scientific Research & Development 
Office of Acquisition, Logistics & Construction
Pharmacy Benefits Management Services
Veterans Benefits Administration 
VA Medical Centers
Transition Centers
Nationwide Vet Centers
Prosthetic & Sensory Aids Service (PSAS)
Outpatient Clinics
SCI/D Centers
Office of Information & Technology
Office of Enterprise Integration
Office of Nursing Services (ONS)
Office of Academic Affiliations
Veterans Health Administration
VHA SimLEARN National Simulation Center
Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs)
VA’s Technology Acquisition Center (TAC)
National Acquisition Center
Health Information Exchanges
National Center for PTSD & Local Facilities
Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, DVBIC
Department of Defense
Military Health System
Defense Health Agency
Defense Supply Center Philadelphia 
U.S. Air Force Medical Service
U.S. Army Medical Department
U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
TriCare Management Activity
The Office of VA/DoD Health Affairs (OHA)
Executive Branch
Members of Congress
Veterans Service Organizations (VSO)
VA Health care facilities are made up of 1,074 outpatient sites and 170 VA Medical Centers


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