• Behavioral health leaders help staff with new electronic health record system

    Leaders of VA's Behavioral Health Service at the Walla Walla VA are navigating the move to the new electronic health record (EHR) system with purpose and inspiration.

  • New electronic health record system saves hours a day for VA lab staff

    VA's new electronic health record (EHR) is saving lab staff hours of work each day at the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center, in Walla Walla, Washington.

  • Veterans to benefit from launch of new electronic health record in Walla Walla

    Veterans in Walla Walla, Washington, are one step closer to attaining an electronic health record (EHR) system that allows clinicians to easily access their full medical history, including their active-duty service, in one location.

  • VA launches new electronic health record system, reaching milestone in Veteran care

    In a landmark event for Veteran health care, VA began using its new electronic health record (EHR) system at select facilities in the Pacific Northwest and Las Vegas on Oct. 24.

  • Veterans benefit from new health data sharing

    Veterans are now benefitting from a joint effort to share health records with community health care partners, which launched April 18.

  • New rules for electronic health information sharing deliver better care

    Starting April 17, 2020, your community providers who are in VA’s network and participate in VHIE will be able to securely and seamlessly access your VA electronic health information in order to care for you.

  • Veterans ask, VA answers: Questions on electronic health record modernization

    VA is transitioning to a new electronic health record. Here, VA answers your most frequently asked questions as it shifts to the new EHR.

  • Veterans getting better care through partnerships, says VA secretary

    Veterans are getting progressively better care through partnerships, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said Oct. 16 at an Association of the United States Army luncheon. Partnerships help Veterans through several different areas, adding to VA’s ability to provide services.

  • VA shares electronic health records

    Your health information will be shared with your doctors unless you complete a form stating you do NOT want your information shared. Sharing improves safety and continuity of care.

  • Minority Veterans focus of September summit

    Minority Veterans’ needs and issues about VA benefits and services will be the focus of the inaugural 2019 National Minority Veterans Summit Sept. 27-28.

  • VA’s Long-awaited electronic health record solution hits major milestone

    VA's electronic health record successfully transferred 23.5 million health records to a shared data center with the Department of Defense (DoD). This accomplishment sets the stage for the “go-live” of VA’s EHR solution next year.

  • VA provides reorganization plan to strengthen and modernize the department

    The proposed recommendations seek to modernize VA by reducing bureaucracy, increasing accountability and improving delivery of services to America’s Veterans and their loved ones.

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