AI is critical piece of the future of mental healthcare, ultimately making mental health resources and tools more accessible for all.
Following the Public Health Emergency, fraud, waste, and abuse prevention continues to be a top priority for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Health IT leaders from SSA, FEHRM and VA discuss challenges and next steps for cross-government health data interoperability.
Federal health officials from CMS and CDC are adopting USCDI standards to further public health interoperability and equity goals.
Major tech efforts are underway to provide health equity, create a more inclusive hiring process and increase the number of women in leadership and cybersecurity roles.
As the public health emergency ends, CMS emphasizes key technologies for post-pandemic operations.
Health and civilian agencies expect to build off progress to improve health equity, smarter IT acquisitions and better customer experience through digital services.
Leaders from BARDA, CMS, DOD and VA discuss evolving cross-government health collaborations at the 2022 iEX Conference.
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.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is utilizing cloud to eliminate silos and significantly improve data sharing and cataloging across the agency.
Federal health agencies are developing increasingly sophisticated methods for detecting fraud and other forms of financial crime.
The CMS and EPA roll out new tools to help transition from paper to electronic records in the wake of the looming M-19-21 deadline.
CMS’s 'organizational surge' more than its 'technical surge' was the key to fixing the website.
Part of agency digital transformations include a focus on upskilling the workforce and adopting new security models.
Customer-facing services like the CMS provide unique cybersecurity challenges, but the White House's Office of the National Cyber Director is providing new funding assistance.
HHS, CMS and VA have spoken out about recent Supreme Court rulings concerning Roe v. Wade.
The health agencies celebrated their progress at the annual FedHealthIT Innovation Awards and eyed future advancements in patient accessibility, IT efficiency and research.
CMS is managing a data-driven effort to improve beneficiaries' quality of care.
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.
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