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HSR&D research underscores all aspects of VA healthcare: patient care, care delivery, health outcomes, cost, and quality... Learn more
Videos: HSR&D researchers discuss their work and its impact on care for Veterans
HSR&D Research Provides Foundation for National Center to Improve Nursing Home Care
Referral Coordination Teams Improve Timeliness of Specialty Care Delivery, Patient Experience, and Quality of Care
Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury and Disorder at Increased Risk of Death from COVID-19
Primary Care Engagement among Veterans with Experiences of Homelessness and Serious Mental Illness: An Evidence Map
Systematic Review: Population and Community-based Interventions to Prevent Suicide
Veterans’ Perspectives :
VOICE Study Partners with Veteran Engagement Panel to Improve Pain Care, Reduce Harms of Opioid Therapy
Summaries of select journal articles from HSR&D
Subgroups of High-Risk VA Patients Based on Social Determinants May Help Predict Risk of Future Hospitalization
Women Veterans with Premature Cardiovascular Disease Less Likely than Men to Receive Secondary Prevention Therapy
Two Studies Show Positive Impact of COVID-19 Vaccinations on VA and Community Nursing Home Residents
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Updated/Reviewed: July 1, 2019