Veterans Health Administration TRAIN Portal Launches

Source: Veterans Health Administration TRAIN Portal Launches

The Public Health Foundation (PHF) welcomes the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) as the newest member of the TRAIN network! VHA joins 25 states and three other federal agencies [now includes Pennsylvania’s Department of Health as of this posting] that collaborate to build workforce capacity by providing training opportunities to more than 900,000 public health and healthcare professionals.

The VHA TRAIN portal launched on April 1, 2015, as a platform for sharing valuable continuing medical education to all community health providers and public health professionals, with a specific focus on Veteran-centered care. VHA TRAIN is supported by the Veterans Health Administration Employee Education System (EES), an internal education and training program office of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Continue reading

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PsychArmor Institute Offers Endorsed Online Courses for Healthcare Providers

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Supported by TRIWEST Healthcare Alliance, a  regional TRICARE provider like our HealthNet Federal Services and partnering with various federal agencies, to include the U.S. Army and Department of Veterans Affairs subagencies,  the PsychArmor Institute is providing an extensive and developing series of approved, free, online courses for Healthcare Providers.  Many, if not most, include free Continuing Education Credits.

PsychArmor Institute Healthcare Provider Courses

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As of 30 July 2016

Did You File A Claim For Traumatic Brain Injury And Were Denied? — Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council’s Blog

On 1 June 2016 the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald had granted “equitable relief to more than 24,000 Veterans following a national review of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) medical examinations conducted in connection with disability compensation claims processed between 2007 and 2015 … Equitable relief is a unique […]

via LVMAC Tidbit — Did You File A Claim For Traumatic Brain Injury And Were Denied? — Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council’s Blog