MyVeHU Virtual Campus: Enrollment Hits 31,000 and Growing

Was that a typo?  No it's a fact.  Earlier this month, MyVeHU Campus enrollment hit 31,000, and the numbers are still climbing. You might be asking yourself, "Why would so many people be interested in online, virtual training?"  

MyVeHU Campus is designed to provide the very best learning on VA’s award winning VistA electronic health record (EHR) system  through online training and to assist staff/students /trainees with electronic health record (EHR) training. MyVeHU Campus offers access to EHR training tools created for VA eHealth University (VeHU) Conferences and associated Live and On Demand events.

VA eHealth University (VeHU) is the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) major annual training conference that provides education on the use of VistA and the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS). Each year, VeHU highlights innovations in patient care by clinicians using the VistA system.

Over 200 training classes are offered at the annual VeHU Conference on the use of VA’s extensive portfolio of clinical informatics products. Many of these exciting training classes are made available 365 days/year via the popular MyVeHU virtual campus to all VA staff – and to anyone else who has an Internet connection. Check it out!

Some of the most popular on-demand sessions include “Secure Messaging in Specialty and Surgical Care”,  “CPRS Tab by Tab”, “CPRS Tips and Timesavers”,  “CIS:  Text Integration Utilities (TIU) Health Summary Objects”, “Did You Know? A Brief Overview of CPRS Functionality for Providers”, “VistA and Open Source”, and “HIM:  The Ins and Outs of Records Management”.

Current offerings for June include the following topics: Electronic Documentation of Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA), Tweeting, Training & Health Care, iEHR, ICD-10, Strategies for a Healthy Workforce and Medical Care in the Battlefield.

MyVeHU Campus and the VA eHealth University (VeHU) Conferences are just a few of the innovative educational offerings and resources developed and maintained by the VA Office of Training Strategy.  For more information, contact Becky Monroe, the current Director of Training Strategy in the Office of Informatics & Analytics (OIA).