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Innovation to reduce amputations and keep Veterans walking

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When the pandemic hit, the U.S. health care system saw unprecedented levels of delayed appointments. Most elective appointments were paused and care was prioritized for emergencies and COVID operations. To continue meeting Veteran health care needs, VA immediately expanded the use of telehealth. VA’s most common telehealth tool is VA Video Connect, VA’s secure videoconferencing app. But telehealth comes with some limitations. Continue reading here…

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