Care Worthy of Their Service
The RWJF-supported Project ECHO links primary care providers in local communities with specialists at academic medical centers. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is pioneering the first nationwide implementation of that model.Read more about the VA and Project ECHO
OpenNotes, supported by RWJF's Pioneer Portfolio, enables patients to see their doctors' visit notes, making them true partners in their own care. The VA is employing OpenNotes on a large scale, enabling more than a million veterans to view or download their own medical notes.Read an interview with the VA's Susan Woods
Latest Military/Veterans Content
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has announced a program that will help military veterans who have health care experience or training pursue nursing careers.
Under the ACA many uninsured veterans and their spouses would be eligible for insurance coverage.
PBS profiles three nurses, including one vet, who work in veterans care.
Gender and the Use of Veterans Health Administration Homeless Services Programs Among Iraq/Afghanistan VeteransApril 1, 2012 | Journal Article
This study shows no substantial difference of sex-specific risk of using a VHA homeless program: females were as likely as males to utilize programs.