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Coordinated Veterans' Care

The Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program is a planned and coordinated health care model for eligible Gold Card holders with one or more targeted chronic conditions who are at risk of hospitalisation.

  • Coordinated Veterans' Care (for providers)

    The CVC program provides ongoing, planned and coordinated care for Gold Card holders who are most at risk of unplanned hospitalisation. CVC is a team-based approach led by a GP with a nurse coordinator and is focused on improving the management of chronic conditions and quality of life for eligible Gold Card holders.

  • Coordinated Veterans' Care (for veterans)

    The Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program is a planned and coordinated health care model for eligible Gold Card holders with one or more targeted chronic conditions who are at risk of hospitalisation.

  • CVC Pilot (for providers)

    The Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Pilot (the pilot) is one of two suicide prevention pilots, along with the Mental Health Clinical Management Pilot, announced as part of the 2017 Budget.

  • CVC Pilot (for veterans)

    The CVC Pilot builds on the coordinated care provided by General Practitioners (GPs) through the CVC Program

  • CVC Pilot — frequently asked questions

    Questions regarding the Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program Pilot.

  • Information for veterans (brochure)

    The Coordinated Veterans' Care (CVC) Program is a targeted programme for Gold Card holders with health problems that increase their risk of unplanned hospitalisations.