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Read this What's New article to learn about Connected Care virtual technologies that could help keep you safe from COVID-19.

VA is using innovative health technologies to expand the reach of VA care. If you’re a Veteran receiving VA care, you can communicate with your care team, track your health information, and access your VA health records from your computer, cell phone, or tablet.

Learn how My HealtheVet, the VA App Store, and VA Telehealth Services can connect you with VA care.

 

My HealtheVet

My HealtheVet is VA’s online patient portal. With My HealtheVet, you can take charge of your health care by accessing your VA health information online.

My HealtheVet enables you to:

To protect your confidential health information, some My HealtheVet features require a Premium account. My HealtheVet Premium accounts are free and require a one-time upgrading process, which you can complete in person, online, or via video appointment.

Visit My HealtheVet to learn more and create an account.

 

VA App Store

The VA App Store gives you access to dozens of apps designed specifically for Veterans, all in one convenient place. Through VA apps, you can securely manage your health care, connect with your VA care team, and take charge of your health and wellness.

Learn more and download the apps by visiting the VA App Store.

Get the apps! Your Life Your Health Your Schedule. mobile.va.gov/appstore

Here’s how VA apps are helping Veterans:

On the Move with MOVE! Coach

Have you heard of MOVE!, VA’s national Weight Management Program? Since MOVE! started in 2006, over 600,000 Veterans have enrolled in an effort to lose weight, keep it off and improve their health. Now you can use the MOVE! Coach App to help you swing back into a healthy routine. 

Vietnam War Era Army Veteran Warren Pennington from Shreveport, LA found success with the MOVE! Coach App. “Once I found out about MOVE! Coach, I was all about it!” said Pennington. “It allowed me to stay at home to lose weight, but still talk to my clinician which was very helpful. When I started MOVE! Coach, I got serious about wanting to lose weight and maintain it.”

Jerry Phillips was one of the first Veterans to use MOVE! Coach and has since lost 68 pounds. He is happy about how the program helped him improve his overall health, and not just lose weight.

“I was not overly active before using the app, but now I have to move and do something each day,” he said. “After starting MOVE! Coach, I went to work as a stock guy. The job keeps me incredibly physically active.” He also stays active through other activities like yard work and house renovations. “Now that I’ve lost so much weight, it’s much easier to do,” he said.

MOVE! Coach is available for iPhones and iPads at the VA App Store.

 

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VA Telehealth Services

VA is leading the way in telehealth innovation to make sure that Veterans can access care when and where they need it.

From your home, the clinic, or the hospital, VA telehealth technologies make it easier for you to connect with your VA care team.

  • At Home: Meet with VA providers virtually and send important health data from where you are, using your computer or mobile device.
  • In the Clinic: Connect with VA health specialists across the country from a VA clinic near you.
  • In the Hospital: Telehealth in hospitals helps VA providers collaborate to improve your care — whether they share an office or work on opposite sides of the country.

Learn more about how telehealth gives you access to the care you need, when and where you need it, on the VA Telehealth Services website.

For specific information about telehealth services available in your area, contact your local VA facility.

 

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