• Post commander champions ATLAS site as the future of care

    Veteran Richard Weldon, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6786, shares his experience with the ATLAS site in his community — and the impact it has had on Veterans living in Eureka, Montana.

  • Need a video-capable device or internet connection for VA Telehealth?

    The numbers confirm telehealth is today’s remote health care revolution. VA wants to make access possible for all Veterans. Ask your health care provider about the Digital Divide Consult.

  • Helping Veterans with sleep apnea

    VA is working to help Veterans with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) sleep better at night. A team at the VA Hospital in Hines, Illinois, has launched a pilot program to improve care for Veterans with OSA.

  • Students’ nonprofit increases Veterans’ access to telehealth

    When four young adults heard their parents describe barriers older patients face with virtual appointments, they created a nonprofit to donate iPhones and iPads to help older Veterans access telehealth services.

  • COVID-19 Patient: VA Telehealth “Saved My Life”

    After Veteran Michael Novielli was infected with COVID-19, he used VA telehealth to monitor his recovery at home. He says his VA telehealth team saved his life.

  • Reaching out in crisis with telehealth

    Dr. Mike McBride was providing telehealth when telehealth wasn’t cool. The Milwaukee VA psychiatrist, who is also an Iraq and Afghanistan Veteran, was the first provider here to use mental health telehealth in someone’s home about three years ago. McBride was treating a Veteran with severe post-traumatic stress who couldn’t leave the house because of other medical issues.

  • Native American Veteran care at center of hearing

    Native American Veteran care and benefits were at the center of a Nov. 20 Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing on Capitol Hill.

  • Veteran mental health key part of pledge signing

    Veteran mental health is a key part of a pledge two dozen companies signed during a ceremony Nov. 13 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.

  • VA Telehealth serves as guiding light for UK health system

    Iain Trayner watched a Telehealth demo at the Minneapolis VA. He used that to improve access for the National Health Service Western Isles in Scotland.

  • Traveling? Pack VA in your carry-on

    VA offers many different virtual health care tools to Veterans with health concerns who are traveling, from remote connection from My HealtheVet to different mobile apps to telehealth.

  • Kansas VA ‘Home Telehealth’ program aims to prevent Veteran suicides

    Telehealth technology does more than overcome the physical distance between […]

  • VA exceeds 1 million video telehealth visits in fiscal year 2018

    Through video technology, VA health care providers are increasing access to care —  diagnosing and managing care remotely for enrolled Veterans across the country

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