Employee training (1 - 3 of 3 items) in Past Year
Veterans Health Administration: Actions Needed to Better Recruit and Retain Clinical and Administrative Staff
GAO-17-475T: Published: Mar 22, 2017. Publicly Released: Mar 22, 2017.
The Veterans Health Administration is facing challenges recruiting and retaining clinical staff, such as physicians and registered nurses. We've found that VHA has high attrition among HR staff and weak internal control processes, which are contributing to its staffing issues. These challenges are making it more difficult for VHA to meet the health care needs of our nation's veterans. We recommen...
Military Health Care: Army Needs to Improve Oversight of Warrior Transition Units
GAO-16-583: Published: Jul 12, 2016. Publicly Released: Jul 12, 2016.
The Army has not assessed the effectiveness of the Triad of Care model, the core structure of the Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) program, consisting of a team of three key staff that provide medical case management. The Army established the Triad of Care model at a time when WTU soldiers' diagnoses were primarily for physical conditions. Since then, the composition of diagnoses has changed signific...
Sexual Assault: Information on Training, Funding, and the Availability of Forensic Examiners
GAO-16-334: Published: Mar 18, 2016. Publicly Released: Apr 14, 2016.
Federal funding from three key Department of Justice (DOJ) grant programs can be used to train or fund sexual assault forensic examiners and for a range of other activities related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. In 2013, at least one grantee in 49 states used such funds to provide training to examiners and at least one grantee in 26 states funded examiner posi...