"My HealtheVet"

Nazi, Kim; Cowell, Fred
September 2007
PN;Sep2007, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p30
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The article reports on the launch of "My HealtheVet," an interactive Web-based program in the healthcare system of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in the U.S. The new Web-based program is essential to individuals enrolled in VA since it enables them to be more engaged in their healthcare. Moreover , the program aims to support veterans in becoming empowered healthcare consumers.


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