Suwanee, GA, December 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Nutritional Addiction Mitigation Eating and Drinking (NAMED) program announces that it has formed a strategic partnership with VetCV. VetCV is a web application where Veterans and their families can track and manage their healthcare activities, make appointments, request status data, track important life events, and manage their careers. Users will also be able to safely store valuable medical, military, personal records, and store precious memories. VetCV provides a platform for veterans to build personal support networks with other VetCV members. In the second phase, VetCV will offer nutrition solutions, in the Lifestyles and Wellness section of the app, for veterans and their families, which will make use of NAMED’s offering and the expertise of its founder, Dr. Keith Kantor. With this partnership, NAMED will be providing menus for VetCV’s members. Additionally, members of VetCV will be able to consult with NAMED founder, Dr. Kantor on their nutritional menu and will be able to refine their menus. NAMED will also be supplying expert articles, advertising, and other promotional opportunities for this strategic partnership. Dr. Kantor will also serve on the Board of Advisers for VetCV.
“I am very honored and proud to see NAMED work hand-in-hand with VetCV for the benefit and wellbeing of our nation’s veterans,” said Dr. Keith Kantor, CEO and founder of NAMED. "I am also very honored to be on their board of advisors. Leading the Nutrition component for our nations Veterans through VetCV is a dream come true for me," said Dr. Kantor a Veteran himself. “Our veterans after putting it all on the line for our nation, are often forgotten after their tour of service". VetCV is dedicated to seeing that they are not forgotten and the well-being of their overall health. This is where NAMED will lead in providing nutritional menus and consultation.”
VetCV gives veterans, their families and their caregivers a safe place to store and share important documents, medical event history, search for jobs and job training, tell and share their story, connect with important resources and contacts, and record their life events.
VetCV provides a secure, user-friendly environment where veterans and their families can track and manage their healthcare activities, make appointments, request status on those appointments, rate their medical experience, help plan and manage their successful transition, reintegration and career path, and even build a personal support network with other VetCV members.
In addition to providing a secure home for important documents, VetCV integrates Artificial Intelligence technology to help manage user’s progress, well being, and to make a world a better place for our Veterans and families. This has a variety of advantages to veterans - from finding the best career path to helping reduce suicide among our veterans, which is core to the VetCV mission.
VetCV will also have in the second phase, an entire self-help sector dealing with the nutrition aspect of the lifestyles and wellness section of the app, lifestyle and life experiences, and fitness programs designed for rehabilitation. It has also formed strong alliances with organizations such as The Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC) in Pensacola, Florida.
Developed by Dr. Kantor, a leader in nutritional science, NAMED develops precise nutritional menus for substance abuse, mental illness and most other major diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and stroke.