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Predictive analytics with machine learning capabilities can get ahead of the curb in fraud and waste prevention.
HCD is improving CMS's tools for cloud cost transparency and operational excellence.
Tax credits and health equity are addressed in the new stimulus plan starting April 1.
Policies and decision-making at the agency are increasingly involving the value of data.
Agencies officials discuss the progress and opportunities in areas like data, security, AI, IOT and workforce.
Migrating to the cloud securely does not have to hinder optimal workflows.
CMS is strengthening its outreach methods around regulatory changes, guidance and other vital health information about COVID-19 to support nursing homes.
HHS and VA officials are looking to holistic, cloud-based capabilities to get more out of their data.
The federal health insurance marketplace website operates within a secure cloud environment.
The executive order calls upon HHS to cement expanded Medicare telehealth coverage and improve rural health care infrastructure.
A senate committee is considering current temporary COVID-19 telehealth expansion policies in a more permanent capacity in the future.
The agency is using technologies like virtual waiting rooms and automation to mitigate the increased traffic.
The agency released new data on COVID-19 cases in nursing homes and tactics that will support infection control.
Preemptive stand-up of teleconferencing and easing employee work with IT helped the agency to go fully remote within days.
The toolkit aims to help states form regulatory frameworks for telehealth coverage for Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries.
The agency added 80 more telehealth services that beneficiaries can access to ease patient and provider experiences amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global health leaders are calling attention to the world's other leading infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
The move is part of the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The pandemic sheds light on what health agencies have been developing to enable faster health-data exchanges for patients and providers.
The rules require patient health information sharing among providers for improved patient care.