Electronic Health Records

Telerehab for TBI Shows Promise, Comorbid PTSD Remains Problematic

BETHESDA, MD—There is a pressing need to understand what the rehabilitation trajectories are going to be for those servicemembers returning with mild and moderate TBI, according to Kris Siddharthan, PhD, a health services researcher at the James A Haley Veterans’… Read More

New Smart Phone Application Designed to Help Users Monitor Emotional Health

WASHINGTON, DC—Servicemembers, veterans, and their families will need to look no further than their smart phone for help in monitoring their emotional health. A new smart phone mobile application developed by DoD’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) is… Read More

Simulations Train Veterans’ Families to Recognize, Respond to PTSD Symptoms

NEW YORK CITY, NY—The student sitting across from you is withdrawn, a little hostile, and tired all the time. He has missed assignments, been repeatedly absent, and when he does show up for class, he sometimes falls asleep mid-lecture. If… Read More

Federal Officials Explain Meaningful Use Requirements to Congress

WASHINGTON, DC—Federal officials sought to reassure a House subcommittee that guidelines issued by the federal government to promote widespread adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) strike the right balance. As a way to encourage hospitals and providers to adopt EHRs,… Read More