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A telehealth program from Los Angeles VA lets Veterans with cardiac arrhythmias connect with their doctors and share heart readings virtually.
At the Los Angeles VA, a team of providers collaborated with home telehealth care coordinators to improve care for Veterans with heart failure.
VA continues to offer cutting edge cardiac care to Veterans, with many innovative ideas and practices coming directly from health care providers.
VA’s telehealth platforms are protecting Veterans and ensuring they continue to receive high-quality care. A VA nurse in Tampa says almost 70% of her patients have switched to video appointments.
Technology is a powerful tool for improving Veterans’ health care plans. Read how Kimberly Braswell, a cardiology nurse in Florida, is using smart watches to help Veterans monitor their own health.
Instead of driving 300 miles to visit a cardiologist at a VA medical center, Veteran Jerry Roberts drives 30 miles to a nearby VA clinic to be examined remotely over computer via telecardiology.
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Last updated September 28, 2022
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