How The US Has Improved Its Care For Veterans Over The Past Five Years

The daily headlines remind us of how countries around the world care or do not care for their military service members. How does the United States hold up with regard to how it cares for its veterans? We know in the past questions have been raised about the VA system, but it seems that a corner has been turned and veterans’ care has improved. How exactly has the VA system been improved? How does the US care for veterans compared to other comparable countries? What exciting new technological or methodological innovations are being used to improve veterans’ health outcomes? To address these questions, we are talking to successful physicians, healthcare workers, veterans, or other VA employees and officials who can share stories and insights from their experience about the state of veterans’ care today and how the US has improved its care for veterans over the last five years.

As a part of this series, I had the pleasure to interview Michael Hudson.

Michael Hudson is a retired Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps, with 30 years of service. Today Michael supports organizations reducing human capital risk around insider threat, security, workforce assurance and wellness. He also leads the ClearForce team efforts to transform veteran suicide prevention by leveraging new technology, privacy, compliance, and behavioral data to move upstream and push resources to empower those who struggle.

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