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Federal leaders working on the VA, DOD electronic health records reflect on managing through change.
Work across agencies are improving new tech and eyeing joint health information exchanges that make data more interoperable and transparent.
Federal officials modernizing the common health record are focusing on creating a joint environment for a coordinated care model.
With a new path forward, VA Deputy CIO Laura Prietula discusses next steps for its Oracle-Cerner EHR system and rollout.
The agency is halting future deployments of Oracle Cerner’s EHR to focus on fixing the system.
FEHRM and DHMS PEO provide the latest updates on the federal EHR rollout and discuss next steps, aimed to enhance the patient experience.
Eight user experience principles make up new tools supplementing EHR functions to provide insights around health symptoms and workforce burden.
An NIH data scientist is creating more meaningful clinical analysis of EHR and patient data.
VA leadership plans to hire almost 15,000 nursing personnel over the next few years as VA continues to process PACT Act claims and deploy its new EHR system.
The sheer volume of data are challenging MHS GENESIS cybersecurity, interoperability and scalability.
2023 will bring advancements across enterprise-wide initiatives such as the PACT Act, EHRM and more.
NOAA joins the Coast Guard, DOD and VA to provide a seamless, interoperable health care experience.
The agency is making use of Agile development practices to protect patient data and critical systems during its large-scale electronic health records modernization.
Undersecretary Shereef Elnahal plans to improve veteran health access and services.
The agency will review the Cerner platform to ensure readiness and reliability.
The health agencies celebrated their progress at the annual FedHealthIT Innovation Awards and eyed future advancements in patient accessibility, IT efficiency and research.
VA’s acquisition head says ‘Agile is old news,' and the agency is now turning to ‘technology-as-a-service.’
VA is honing in on interoperability to serve as the foundation of key programs like EHR modernization.
The agency turns to industry amid a health records transformation and 'plug-and-play' capabilities.
VA is accelerating data visualization and management practices to support veteran services.