Dorothy Mills-Gregg reports on all aspects relating to veterans and military health care. Before reporting for Military.com and becoming obsessed with the Defense Health Agency transition, she was a city government reporter for a daily newspaper in Bakersfield, California. She has worked as a freelancer around Sacramento covering a range of issues and briefly wrote bill analyses for the Assembly Speaker's office. She is an award-winning photographer with a degree specializing in politics and national security from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism. Email: Dorothy.Mills-Gregg@Monster.com
The investment would go toward VA's precision oncology program, which moves away from one-size-fits-all cancer treatments.
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The latest proposed bone regenerative therapy is a paint-like substance that coats implants to promote bone regrowth.
A new VA inspector general report released finds that use of questionnaires administered remotely increased bad rulings.
Tricare officials said they plan to add the self-administered injection, Vyleesi, to the list of covered drugs.
This year's census will be the first that can be answered online.
Tricare beneficiaries in select regions will try out a plan that will let them go to other bases for specialized treatment.
The move comes the same week the VA unveiled its $243.3 billion budget proposal for fiscal year 2021.
A consortium is studying a platform to simulate surgery, injury and patient assessment at the Naval Medical Center San Diego.
The VA's budget request for fiscal 2021 totals $243.3 billion -- a dramatic 10% increase from 2020.
The couple moved to the U.S. in 2015 after their friendship blossomed into love as they spent long periods training.
An effort to have the VA provide service dogs to veterans with mental health issues passed a major hurdle.
The goal is that these types of partnerships will move Tricare to a value-based system instead of a volume-based program.
Later this year, the Department of Veterans Affairs will roll out a new program mandated by the Mission Act.
Military families have reported lead contamination and pest infestation in surveys.
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The Congressional Budget Office published options for reducing the imbalance, including three suggestions on Tricare.
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