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The changing landscape of public health requires new ways of approaching data, patient care and technology.
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.
An NIH data scientist is creating more meaningful clinical analysis of EHR and patient data.
Catch up on the federal health IT trends over the past year and what to expect at this year’s conference.
The agency's sprint report outlines findings that leadership is using to inform next steps of the electronic health record rollout.
Ian Komorowski breaks down how the agency identifies and funds new projects in health IT to improve veteran care.
The agency has endeavored to modernize its electronic health records and other tech infrastructure.
Join our researchers for a look back at 2022’s top health IT trends and what to expect in 2023.
The agency is the latest to the join the interoperable single record for service members.
Lung cancer innovation at the agency is looking at technology to improve detection and treatment.
Public health researchers are developing methods for better detecting and predicting dangerous forms of cancer.
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 is looking provide critical support and training to resolve issues in electronic health records.
The agency will review the Cerner platform to ensure readiness and reliability.
The agency is mobilizing a comprehensive experience treating disease and its modernized health IT system around supporting the effort.
The agency is looking to implement large-scale information security reforms designed to meet White House goals and counter an evolving threat landscape.
The agency's new EHR platform went live at its next site in Washington.