Veterans Have An Easy Way To Connect Their Health Records

Category: Aid Programs
Created on Friday, June 23 2017
Written by Veterans Enterprise

department of veterans affairsVeterans, connecting your docs with the Veterans Health Information Exchange (VHIE), also known as the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) Health program lets you share important parts of your Veteran health record between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and your community health care providers who participate in this program.

This allows your health care providers to access important information about your health and provide you the best possible care. This exchange occurs over a secure and private network known as the eHealth Exchange.

Watch this video to learn more and receive future updates on the VLER Health Programs.

Ready to get started?

This program is free and voluntary for Veterans, but VA needs your consent to share your health records (VA Form 10-0485). Click here to get started and receive valuable information on VLER Health.

If you have technical difficulties, please call 1-800-983-0937 for assistance. If you have not already joined, you must first sign up on the eBenefits website (it's free)!