Coordinated Veterans Care (CVC) Program
About the CVC Program
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) new Coordinated Veterans’ Care Program (known as the CVC Program) commenced on 1 May 2011.
The program is aimed at veterans, war widows, war widowers and dependants who are Gold Card holders and are at risk of being admitted or readmitted to hospital.
The CVC Program:
- uses a proactive approach to improve the management of participants’ chronic diseases and quality of care
- involves a care team of a general practitioner (GP) plus a nurse coordinator who work with the participant (and their carer if applicable) to manage their ongoing care
- provides new payments to GPs for initial and ongoing care.
For information that will assist your practice to prepare for the CVC Program, download the resource: A Guide For General Practice
Detailed information about the program is available from:
- Department of Veterans Affairs website
- Australian General Practice Network website
Module One of the Coordinated Veterans’ Care Program training is now available.
Module One – Coordinated Veterans’ Care: Is your service ready? can be accessed via https://onlinetraining.cvcprogram.net.au/ and then follow the instructions on the front page. The training is accredited for RACGP QI&CPD, ACRRM PDP and has been endorsed by RCNA and APNA. A Certificate of Completion is awarded upon successful completion of this module. If you have any queries, please contact Rudie Marshall-Lang at the Division on 9722 5444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.