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The agency is supporting 16 research centers to improve maternal health nationwide.
The agency's new data and technology office's director is harnessing challenges for new opportunities in public health.
The data framework provides agencies with a universal platform to make data sharing more efficient.
Federal leaders are calling for increased attention to digital tools for reducing maternal deaths.
The agency’s ‘Moving Forward’ strategy is reshaping IT and improving the way data is shared across the public health ecosystem.
The Public Health Data Strategy is one element of a robust plan at CDC to create a modern data ecosystem for managing public health emergencies.
Federal health officials from CMS and CDC are adopting USCDI standards to further public health interoperability and equity goals.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT recognizes the first set of qualified health information networks approved to implement a new electronic health data exchange.
The Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics is boosting data operations to support federal and local governments in health crises.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is working to build an open source software office that will facilitate data-sharing across the public health ecosystem.
Refining and reviewing data models is essential for impactful application of artificial intelligence.
IT has a big role in HHS's proposed budget to boost various responsibilities in public health management as well as access to health care.
Amid data challenges, CDC and ONC are working to modernize and drive interoperability.
Agencies continue their whole-of-government response to COVID-19, expanding testing, vaccines and tracking.
Federal health officials outline new and ongoing efforts to combat COVID-19 as omicron variant surges.
Integrated EHR systems have shown considerable benefits for advancing both individual patient care and public health.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky discusses CDC’s booster dose decision for some individuals and next steps in the regulatory process.
Agencies brace for next phases of the COVID-19 pandemic amid vaccination mandates.
Leaders at the Center for Tobacco Products outline new research findings for tobacco and cannabis use, following the onset of COVID-19.
Cloud, AI, machine learning and wearables are helping drive agencies' mission and data-driven decision-making.