VA, VHA, Verizon partner to increase rural veterans’ telehealth access

To help conquer the digital divide preventing rural veterans from accessing the range of health and wellness benefits they are eligible for, the U.S. The Department of Veterans Affairs is offering new access to telehealth and virtual care options. Working with the Veterans Health Administration’s National Center for Collaborative Healthcare Innovation, the VA Palo Alto Healthcare System and Verizon Public Sector, the VA will be providing broadband connectivity directly to veterans living in remote areas nationwide.

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