Go inside the White House with White House Curator, Bill Allman, as he talks about one of the White House's most recognized artifacts, The Steinway Piano and learn about the famous piano that has helped to establish the East Room of the White House as a focal point for the performing arts. See more videos like this at http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/inside-white-house/video-series+ More details
Go inside the White House with White House Curator Bill Allman as he shows you how the effects of the White House fire of 1814 still linger untill this day. For information on fire prevention or general emergency preparedness head on over to http://www.ready.gov+ More details
Go inside the White House with White House Curator, Bill Allman, as he talks about the Presidential Seal and shows you a sample of the locations it is hiding in plain sight. See more videos like this at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/inside-white-house+ More details
Go inside the White House with White House Curator, Bill Allman, as he gives insight behind President Theodore Roosevelt's portrait in the East Room.+ More details
Go Inside the White House with Curator, Bill Allman, as he discusses the inspiration behind the presidential portrait of the 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.+ More details
Welcome to the West Wing Week, your guide to everything that's happening at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. This week, the President visited Fort Bliss two years after he marked the end of major combat operations in Iraq and visited with victims of Hurricane Isaac. Meanwhile, the White House released its top secret beer recipe and the new White House app, and "We the People" got its three millionth signature. That's August 31st to September 6th or, "Engage!"+ More details
Go inside the White House with White House Curator, Bill Allman, as he gives insight into the painting Watch Meeting--Dec. 31st 1862--Waiting for the Hour by William Carlton and learn why President Obama hand-picked this painting to hang just outside his office in the West Wing.+ More details
HMA hosted the webinar, “A Healthcare Win for Veterans and States: Strategies for Enhancing Veterans’ Benefits by Facilitating Access to the V.A. System” from 1 to 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Nov. 12. A large number of veterans and their families are eligible for healthcare benefits through the V.A. and don’t even know it. Many end up enrolled in Medicaid – an additional cost for states that the federal government should be paying. For veterans, there are two big advantages to using the V.A. for healthcare coverage. First, despite recent events surrounding wait times, the V.A. provides veterans with what is generally considered to be very high quality care that is well coordinated. Second, veterans who turn to the state for health care when they qualify for V.A. benefits could have their estates garnished to repay the Medicaid program. One state that has had tremendous success helping veterans take full advantage of their V.A. benefits is Washington. The state’s Veterans Benefit Enhancement project is viewed as a model that could be expanded nationwide. Bill Allman, Washington HCA Veteran/PARIS Program Manager, and HMA Principal Doug Porter presented.+ More details
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