In this Deep Dive, read how VA and HHS are working together in the effort to create a shared data language to improve patient care. With so many different systems collecting and analyzing information, the ability for agencies to share and collaborate becomes increasingly important.
Find out how:
- Leaders are boosting data sharing among private and public sectors.
- ONC is creating ways to share health information more easily.
- Future interagency collaboration will be assessed.
- The White House is strategizing to balance data privacy and collaboration.
Inside Efforts at VA, DOD for Enhanced Data Sharing in Health Care
Work across agencies are improving new tech and eyeing joint health information exchanges that make data more interoperable and transparent.
White House Aims to Balance Data Accessibility and Sharing
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s “National Strategy to Advance Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing and Analytics” lays out the administration’s guidance on balancing data security and accessibility.
Sharing and Collaboration Are the Future of Interagency Cooperation
Agencies can balance security and accessibility while sharing information across offices.
Winston Chang, CTO, Public Global Sector, Snowflake
ONC is Creating New Frameworks, Standards to Improve Data Sharing
New frameworks and data standards are creating an interoperability baseline across the health care landscape.