My HealtheVet is VA’s online personal health record, designed for Veterans and active duty servicemembers, as well as their dependents and caregivers. It partners users with their health care team, offering the tools necessary to make informed decisions about their health care.

My HealtheVet offers three account types—basic, advanced, and premium. A basic account, which does not require identity authentication, allows users to record information in a personal health journal, track personal health measurements, as well as use the VA Blue Button to view, print, save, or download their information.

For an advanced or premium account, the user must be a Veteran enrolled in VA care. Advanced and premium accounts offer Veterans access to some information in their VA and/or DoD records, including key portions of their VA health record, such as allergies, appointments, laboratory results, and more. Among the newest features available to Veterans with premium accounts are notes; clinical information that your health care team records during appointments or hospital stays. MyHealtheVet also allows patients to communicate online with their VA health care team without having to wait on the phone or at a local VA health care facility through the secure messaging feature.

My HealtheVet allows Veterans and their caregivers the opportunity to explore a variety of ways to monitor and improve their health. With the tools My HealtheVet provides, Veterans can become an active partner in their own health care.

Learn more about the services My HealtheVet offers at their official website and get started with My HealtheVet by registering for an account here.

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Published on Apr. 23, 2013

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  1. arthur jefferson April 25, 2013 at 1:35 am

    can not sign into my account or call the whole manila v.a. dept. needs an ig inspection.

    inapproiate survelance.

  2. arthur jeffersaon April 24, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    can not sign in to my account for refills etc. or phone in the whole manila v.a. needs ig inspection.

  3. Carl adkins April 24, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    I have been waiting for over seven hundred days on bi-lateral hearing loss. Military hospital records show I had severe hearing loss before I was discharged. Can anyone help me PLEASE.

  4. John H.F. Sharp April 24, 2013 at 2:50 am

    Previously in 2012 my medications co-pay was waived..Now I find, even though my living expense have considerably increased my co-pay is NO LONGER available. & I’ve incurred a medication bill that I DO NOT have the funds to pay. Can you PLEASE HELP ME HERE??. I briefly spoke with an office person at the VA Hospital @ American Lake & they informed me that the office that previously handled these ‘qualification questions’ has been moved to VA Puget Sound Health Care System (663) West CPAC Admin. Svcs,
    Las Vegas, NV 891293-5636.
    Appreciate ANY assistance you can provide.
    Thank you,
    John Sharp
    Korean War Veteran

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