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Six Veterans attending their first dance therapy session at VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System exchanged friendly greetings, but appeared hesitant. They knew they were about to step outside their comfort zones.
People born from 1945–1965, sometimes referred to as baby boomers, are five times more likely to have hepatitis C than other adults. Hepatitis C can lead to liver damage, cirrhosis, and even liver cancer.
A robotic wheelchair created by a team from the Pitt-VA-UPMC Human Engineering Research Laboratory, Pittsburgh, earned international recognition by winning “Best New Concept” in the Blackwood Design Awards.
Air Force Veteran Mary Bolinger and her husband John refuse to allow her kidney disease from slowing them down. Thanks to home dialysis, they live the lives they always wanted, including traveling around the country.
A new VA Pittsburgh program will put employees in visiting Veterans' shoes to help identify issues Veterans encounter during visits, find solutions and improve the overall Veteran experience during health care visits.
Prescription copays have been restructured into three tiers ranging from $5 to $11 for a 30-day supply. The new rates begin Feb. 27 and will lower the costs of outpatient medications for most Veterans.
Veterans no longer need a referral from their primary care doctor for routine hearing and vision appointments. Direct scheduling of these appointments by calling the audiology and optometry clinics is encouraged.