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PSI to Support VA’s My Recovery Plan Rollout

psilogoPlanned Systems International, Inc. (PSI), an IT solutions and services provider to the federal government, has won a contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs to support My Recovery Plan™. My Recovery Plan™ is a set of clinician and veteran-developed enhancements to My HealtheVet a next-generation internet-based health care portal for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The project will encompass both an initial pilot stage and a subsequent national roll-out. PSI will steward the development, design, testing, and implementation of My Recovery Plan™ features for My HealtheVet. My Recovery Plan™ will integrate veterans into the care and treatment of symptoms of mental illnesses and facilitate, coordinating closely with healthcare providers, recovery-based initiatives for their health and well-being. Features of My Recovery Plan™ include setting life goals, tracking medication adherence, monitoring symptoms of mental illness and recovery, and delivering self-paced, interactive educational features.

Terry Lin
Terry Lin

Terry Lin, Chief Executive Officer of PSI said “PSI is proud to have the opportunity to assist the Veterans Administration in aligning health technology solutions with the needs of veterans. Today’s press coverage highlights the issues confronted by our veterans in today’s society, and we are pleased to contribute our support toward those who have served our nation so honorably.”

Gerald Pizer
Gerald Pizer

Gerald Pizer, PSI’s Chief Operating Officer and a Navy Veteran, noted, “This project reflects PSI’s mission to deliver health information technology solutions focused on the needs of our clients. This is especially important work, and we look forward to working with the VA to deliver mental health alternatives to our veterans and their health care providers.”

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