1. Military pharmacies resume regular operations after cyberattack

    By Karen Jowers Military pharmacies have returned to full operations, six weeks after a cyberattack on the nation’s largest commercial prescription processor disrupted normal business at thousands of pharmacies around the world. Following the Feb. 21 hack, Change Healthcare — which
  2. Veteran care and rehabilitation in Ukraine remains flawed

    Having interviewed several Ukrainian soldiers who were injured in battle, NV journalists concluded that the existing military healthcare system remains unprepared to offer comprehensive rehabilitation to our veterans . In peaceful life, Kyiv resident Roman Ivanenko , 46, was working
  3. Costs, wait times up for military families after pharmacy cyberattack

    By Karen Jowers Some military families may have been forced to pay the full cost of their prescriptions up front — a financial burden that can total thousands of dollars — at some of Tricare’s in-network retail pharmacies in the wake of a cyberattack on Change Healthcare, the nati
  4. DOD, VA to allow IVF for unmarried people, same-sex couples and more

    By Meghann Myers, Leo Shane III The departments of defense and veterans affairs now provide in vitro fertilization services to all eligible beneficiaries regardless of their marital status, finalizing changes promised by the federal agencies earlier this year . The new policies allo
  5. VIP health system for top US officials risked jeopardizing care for rank-and-file soldiers

    A health care system run by the Pentagon has given preference to Washington elites, potentially compromising care for rank-and-file military members. By David Hilzenrath Top U.S. officials in the Washington area have received preferential treatment from a little-known health care p