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Federal health agencies are developing increasingly sophisticated methods for detecting fraud and other forms of financial crime.
After more than 50 years in government service, Fauci is stepping down as NIAID director and chief medical adviser to the president.
Undersecretary Shereef Elnahal plans to improve veteran health access and services.
Technology supported the Census Bureau through both the 2020 decennial census and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Veterans Health Administration is partnering with Uber Health to provide transit for veterans who might otherwise be unable to access physical and mental health services.
As public sector organizations modernize, leadership ensures sophisticated IT enterprises facilitate data sharing that advances their core missions.
VA is overseeing one of the most comprehensive research programs on long-term COVID symptoms.
The agency is using synthetic data in support of health care and biomedical research initiatives.
A new effort is taking extracted data from IOT devices to a build a health data ecosystem for the military.
The agency is modernizing business lines through a digitalization program that integrates data inputs into more reliable and easily accessible services.
The agency is mobilizing a comprehensive experience treating disease and its modernized health IT system around supporting the effort.
Ongoing public health efforts are tackling COVID-19 and other health crises.
The agency's veteran readiness division lead explains new digital tools that are improving veteran employment services.
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.
FDIC’s Brian Whittaker unpacks his efforts on key modernization projects that are ultimately improving trust in government.
Robert Califf aims to better leverage health technologies to advance health care and equity.
At the end of April, Principal Deputy Director Dr. Douglas Lowy will serve as acting director.
TATRC established the National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network to make critical care expertise more accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We get an on-the-ground perspective of how health IT is impacting medicine at the point of care.
Amid data challenges, CDC and ONC are working to modernize and drive interoperability.