The Veterans Health Administration’s Office of Connected Care will participate in a Facebook Live event on Feb. 1 with the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA).

The discussion will focus on promoting VA’s connected health care tools for Veterans. During the event, viewers will learn about mobile apps for better health, video appointments and much more. The Facebook Live event, hosted by IAVA, will feature Dr. Neil Evans, chief officer of VHA’s Office of Connected Care, and representatives from IAVA.

Participating in the event is easy. Register on IAVA’s event page and tune in to IAVA’s Facebook page at 12 p.m. EST on Feb. 1. During the event, type your questions into the comments section under the video and experts will respond during and following the presentation.

This event is part of VA’s continued efforts to increase Veterans’ access to care through VA’s connected health technologies. To learn more about the Office of Connected Care visit


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Published on Jan. 24, 2018

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  1. Mrs Aisha Amir February 2, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    I am not VA but I se that VA are very nice.I live in Pakistan not even in America but I saw that when ever I need help always VA helps me in the work of Peace all over the world.My Pakistan Arm Forces are also very nice that’s why I want that Pakistan Arm Forces & VA should come near & their friend ship should become more strong.As common individual I want that these good natured Arm forces of Pakistan & America should become my more strong friend & more help me in my volunteer work of Peace all over the world.When we will be united then we can finish terrorism from all over the world.Your Peace Loving Sister Mrs, Aisha Amir.From{Aisha Amir’s Peace Tree.}@ Mrs,Aisha Amir.

  2. O'Delia (DeDe) Mandrell January 28, 2018 at 9:07 pm

    I definitely need to know about health care options. I have desperately been trying to get health care @ Martinsburg WV VA. I have a life-threatening illness & have been denied care through a process of inability to get appointments, numerous cancelations, or the referral game. In the meantime I am in excruciating pain due to intussusception & other problems in my bowels.

  3. Mark R Klouda January 24, 2018 at 11:34 am

    I’d like to get connected it’s bad enough I don’t even have an English-speaking VA down here in Puerto Rico you think I’d really stable connect by that electronic method

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