[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The new system will resolve performance problems, provide comprehensive medical documentation, capture and share medical data electronically, and provide existing information sharing with the Veterans Affairs Department, FCW said.
What does VAD stand for?
VAD stands for Veterans Affairs Department
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 88 other meanings of VAD in our Acronym Attic
- Vapor Axial Deposition
- Vascular Access Device
- Vascular Dementia
- Velocity-Azimuth Display
- Venous Access Device
- Vente a Distance (French: Distance Selling)
- Ventricular Assist Device
- Versatile Automotive Diagnostics (Surrey, British Columbia, Canada)
- Vertebral Artery Dissection
- Vertical Application Device
- Vidéo À La Demande (French: Video on Demand)
- Video Archive and Dissemination
- Ville et Aménagement Durable (French: Sustainable City and Urban Planning; France)
- Vincristine, Adriamycin, Dexamethasone (chemotherapy regimen)
- Virginia Association of the Deaf
- Virtual Agent Desktop
- Visual Asset Database (McGraw-Hill)
- Vitamin A Deficiency
- Voice Activated Dialing
- Voice Activated Dictation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The findings of the Veterans Affairs Department in Washington linked the condition to toxins, including sarin nerve gas.
The report, released by the Veterans Affairs department in Washington, said that psychiatric illness or post-traumatic stress 'do not explain Gulf War veterans' illnesses in the large majority of ill veterans'.
The report, released by the Veterans Affairs department in Washington, concluded that psychiatric illness or post-traumatic stress ``do not explain Gulf War veterans illnesses''.
This process was a first for the state veterans affairs department, and resulted in all the design milestones being met.
In fact, both the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments recently canceled their own plans for distributing vaccines to the children of military families because they found the pharmaceutical industry already did it more cheaply than they could.