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Soon there will be one place to sign in for all of VA. The first step will be when you select ‘Sign in’ to My HealtheVet, you will arrive at a new sign in page. My HealtheVet newsletter subscribers will receive a special email bulletin about this change.
All My HealtheVet users will sign in from the same place, but will see these choices:
The sign in choices will be the same that you see today, using DS Logon, My HealtheVet, or ID.Me. All of these options provide very high levels of security. This is for all users, Basic or Premium accounts.
An important form of security that all VA.Gov websites will soon implement is ‘MultiFactor Authentication,’ something which you probably already use with your personal email, banking, or other online services. We’ll be sharing more details in the coming days, but you can learn more right now from this video:
In December 2021 an option will be added, Login.Gov, a US government service that is already in wide use, notably with Social Security Administration web services.
In the coming months, look for additional changes as we improve the safety and security to make sure your health records are useful, accessible, and safe.