Healthcare Solutions for DoD & VA

Seamless telehealth for veterans

Because health knows no bounds.


Linking data, technology and expertise to offer veterans everywhere flexible, personalized, cost-effective care.

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A suite of products informed by the realities of multifaceted healthcare challenges.


The complex and sometimes multifaceted health issues that veterans live with require personalized attention. At the same time, hospital staff and healthcare teams often have to work with restricted resources. We have responded to these challenges with products that enhance workflow and effective communication. By bringing out the best in human expertise, these products  allow veterans to receive the expert care they deserve, even when resources are strained.
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Solutions that take the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs ‘Anywhere to Anywhere, Together’ mission to heart.


Our innovations in telehealth extend quality care to veterans in clinics and at home – wherever home happens to be. Connecting patients, clinicians and real time data improves care and supports a better quality of life for veterans and their caregivers.

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2 Bellomo R, Goldsmith D, Russell S, Uchino S, Postoperative serious adverse events in a teaching hospital: a prospective study. Med J Aust. 2002:176:216-218