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  • U.S. Veterans Administration Introduces New Feature That Allows Veterans to Securely Access Medical Images Online

    U.S. Veterans Administration Introduces New Feature That Allows Veterans to Securely Access Medical Images Online



    Washington, DC - - (April 30, 2018) - - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently released a new online feature through the My HealtheVet portal that allows Veterans to access their medical images and associated study reports online.

    Called VA Medical Images and Reports, the feature allows Veterans with a premium account to view, download and share copies of their radiology studies, such as X-rays, mammograms, MRIs and CTs, from the VA Electronic Health Record (EHR).

    “With VA Medical Images and Reports, patients have the option of obtaining their images and reports online, eliminating the need to visit a VA facility to acquire a copy of their information,” said VA Acting Secretary Robert Wilkie. “This feature aligns with VA Blue Button’s concept,
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    U.S. Veterans Administration Introduces New Feature That Allows Veterans to Securely Access Medical Images Online
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    U.S. Veterans Administration Introduces New Feature That Allows Veterans to Securely Access Medical Images Online



    Washington, DC - - (April 30, 2018) - - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently released a new online feature through the My HealtheVet portal that allows Veterans to access their medical images and associated study reports online.

    Called VA Medical Images and Reports, the feature allows Veterans with a premium account to view, download and share copies of their radiology studies, such as X-rays, mammograms, MRIs and CTs, from the VA Electronic Health Record (EHR).

    “With VA Medical Images and Reports, patients have the option of obtaining their images and reports online, eliminating the need to visit a VA facility to acquire a copy of their information,” said VA Acting Secretary Robert Wilkie. “This feature aligns with VA Blue Button’s concept,
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    05-02-2018, 05:28 PM

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