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COVID-19

Cross-collaboration and changes to acquisition are key as priorities shift.
Federal leaders emphasize the role of data in vaccine and treatment development, economic relief funding and contact tracing.
The Veterans Health Administration is taking a centralized, data-informed approach to the distribution of vital equipment amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data-mining techniques will allow health researchers to sharpen COVID-19 literature and clinical trial database search results.
The $1B+ initiative seeks solutions that enable accessibility, scalability, mobility and the ability to share data.
The groundbreaking test could roll out mid-May.
The ClinicalTrials.gov website is more important now than ever as it undergoes various modernization efforts.
Policymakers and IT leaders are looking for ways to better support an influx of Americans facing sudden unemployment and financial need.
The toolkit aims to help states form regulatory frameworks for telehealth coverage for Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries.
The portal will help reimburse providers billions of dollars across the country.
A new special report suggests that multifactor authentication, encryption and other steps can protect patients' health information.
The pandemic has pushed mass reliance on technology across America, revealing the need for heightened and continued IT modernization efforts
Earlier efforts in DevOps are empowering agency missions amid the pandemic.
The group will consolidate data and resources to research and develop COVID-19 pharmaceutical solutions.
The IRS launched a new online application to help check the status of their COVID-19 economic relief payment.
The Senate Commerce Committee seeks to balances data collection and use with privacy to control the coronavirus spread.
Expansion in telehealth services has allowed veterans to receive counseling even amidst the COVID-19 epidemic.
The agency will infuse direct payments to medical providers for COVID-19 relief.
The agency aims to support shorter- and longer-term efforts to expand telehealth with Congress' $200M COVID-19 funding.
The technology is one way to solve national shortages of medical supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.