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Before your next appointment, you can be better prepared to talk with your doctor. With My HealtheVet’s Blue Button feature, you can get easy access to your health records. You can have a printed version of your health record in front of you at any time or you can share it with your doctor electronically.
In this YouTube video, learn more about what VA Blue Button can do for you.
Get started with Blue Button
You can create a customizable report with a Premium account. It’ll have information that includes your personal medical history, VA prescriptions, past and upcoming VA appointments, and more.
How to create a Blue Button report
You can view, print, save, and download your VA medical records anytime. To create a report, follow these directions: