Although the agency paused MHS Genesis deployment during the pandemic, leaders have continued progressing health record modernization alongside VA.
The Defense Health Agency and military officials are providing medical and technological personnel and resources across the country.
Easing data sharing across health care holds potential for all stakeholders, from day-to-day care to public health crises.
The rules require patient health information sharing among providers for improved patient care.
The officials report successful transition of MTFs to DHA and MHS GENESIS EHR deployments to House members.
The agency released a final strategic report suggesting ways to relieve provider EHR burdens and improve care.
Two prominent government officials shared support for ONC's proposed rules and patient access to their data.
The plan emphasizes end-user empowerment, leveraging and securing data, and a series of other priorities.
Leadership is taking a behind-the-scenes approach to IT in the delivery of health care.
VA touts digital experience accomplishments and goals for the year ahead.
The agency is aiming to complete its first objective toward the new model by the end of this year.
Modernizing the VA's electronic health records database could streamline the care process, assuming technical complexities are carefully managed.
An update on VA's current tech tools, services and priorities moving forward to improve veteran health care, as outlined by VA CIO James Gfrerer.
The technology holds the promise of making information more secure and more sharable while giving patients more control over it.