Best Medical Alert Systems for Veterans

Our experts reviewed and researched 15 medical alert systems for Veterans and narrowed the list to their top recommendations in 2024.

Jeff Hoyt Jeff Hoyt Editor in Chief
Linda Schlenker Linda Schlenker Occupational Therapist

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How We Chose the Best Medical Alert Systems for Veterans

We spent over 100 hours researching, testing, and rating medical alert systems to find the best options available to veterans on the market. Each system was rated for a variety of criteria, including veteran benefits, important medical features, price, provider perks, quality of monitoring, reliability, and so on.

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Citations
  1. SSA. (2021). Veteran Beneficiaries, 2021.

  2. U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. (2020). PTSD: National Center for PTSD.

  3. U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. (2020). Elderly Veterans.

  4. Aging.com. (2020). Fact Sheet: Falls – The Biggest Threat to Senior Health and Safety.

Written By:
Jeff Hoyt
Editor in Chief
As Editor-in-Chief of the personal finance site MoneyTips.com, Jeff produced hundreds of articles on the subject of retirement, including preventing identity theft, minimizing taxes, investing successfully, preparing for retirement medical costs, protecting your credit score, and making your money last… Learn More About Jeff Hoyt
Reviewed By:
Linda Schlenker
Occupational Therapist
Linda earned her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University and has assisted 10,000+ seniors throughout her 25-year career. She specializes in home health care and fall prevention for seniors and has nearly three decades of experience recommending medical… Learn More About Linda Schlenker