Military and Veterans Health

Supporting Those Who Serve

How do we improve the quality of health care and support services to meet the unique and evolving needs of our nation’s active-duty service members, Veterans, and their families? Through survey science and advanced data analytics, Altarum is helping to reduce the risk among active-duty service members and Veterans for infectious diseases, chronic health conditions, and mental health outcomes, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Our history with the military health system dates back more than 40 years, with clients including the Defense Health Agency, the Department of Veterans Affairs, among others. We combine institutional knowledge of military health datasets with the latest scientific research methods to uncover insights that drive better outcomes, improve patient experience, and increase access to care for those who served, and continue to serve, our country.

Explore our impactful work below.

Our Military and Veterans Health Expertise in Practice

A women Veteran attends a medical appointment at the VA health system
Case Study

Improving Access to Veterans Affairs Health Care Services for Women Veterans

Altarum is fielding a survey designed to measure the barriers women Veterans face in receiving health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Hispanic veteran spends time with his eight-year old daughter outdoors
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Surveying Veterans to Understand Mental Health Outcomes

Working with the VA’s National Center for PTSD since 2017, Altarum recruited a cohort of more than 3,500 Veterans to participate in a longitudinal survey to obtain insights about how life events, traumatic events, and a wide range of Veteran characteristics relate to mental health and well-being. 

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Our Military and Veterans Health Experts

Laura Pinnock
Program Director, Survey Science
Chris Duke
Senior Researcher
Erin Butto
Senior Director, Applied Research and Analytics
Tara Fowler
Vice President, Population Health