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Cross-agency partnerships and remote collaboration tools are encouraging knowledge sharing and practical application.
The long-term data storage and aggregation potential of health information exchanges can help smooth health care and make medical discoveries.
The challenges of the pandemic have only reinforced the importance of using data insights to improve patient care.
Telemedicine and remote monitoring devices can offer cancer patients much needed support amid COVID-19.
The newly released guidelines aim to uphold government cybersecurity amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The executive order calls upon HHS to cement expanded Medicare telehealth coverage and improve rural health care infrastructure.
The collaboration with Salesforce led to, a digital toolkit to help governments and organizations reopen.
The agency has rolled out new features of its VEText application to maintain physical distancing.
The Army has adopted the technology, especially in mental health care, as DHA has advanced telemedical capabilities
Ensuring quality long-term telework capabilities and eligibility must start with the technological foundation.
A cohesive IT framework is foundational for supporting a return to on-site activity.
The demands of a remote workforce have put renewed emphasis on instating zero trust and secure cloud access.
More details of the extent of the agency’s Fourth Mission reveal ongoing support for non-veterans.
Improving patient care through the advancement of precision medicine.
Applying data analytics to predicting and preventing the shortage of vital medical equipment.
A Defense Department program aims to track COVID-19.
The agency is coupling API development with a focus on human-centered design to lay the groundwork for both current modernization and future initiatives.
Data-sharing tools enable the agency to collaborate across the enterprise.
NIH, CDC and FDA leaders see health data sharpening government's understanding of COVID-19.
A senate committee is considering current temporary COVID-19 telehealth expansion policies in a more permanent capacity in the future.