electronic health records
Veterans Affairs leadership prioritizes pandemic response and considers possible shifts in electronic health record implementation.
Investment in electronic health records has fostered productive collaboration between agencies.
The Indian Health Service is looking at how tools like telehealth and EHRs will impact tribal populations long term.
Health information consolidation is laying groundwork for public health advances
The effort incorporates various successes in tech interoperability and partnerships.
Cerner implementation is encouraging efficiency reforms across both VA centers and community providers.
Integrating emerging technology to safeguard information at the VA.
The agency prioritizes IT developments amid shifts in workforce and health care.
Technical advances are improving customer experience during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
DNA analysis with electronic medical records can improve health outcomes for the U.S. population.
The challenges of the pandemic have only reinforced the importance of using data insights to improve patient care.
Improving patient care through the advancement of precision medicine.
The agency is coupling API development with a focus on human-centered design to lay the groundwork for both current modernization and future initiatives.
Successful AI and machine-learning capacities within health systems require a foundational attention to data quality and the broader care environment.
Recently implemented telework measures are allowing the agency to focus on the Cerner transition despite challenges in pandemic.
Although the agency paused MHS Genesis deployment during the pandemic, leaders have continued progressing health record modernization alongside VA.
COVID-19 has highlighted opportunities in public policy and supporting public-private efforts.
A program with DOD helps bidirectionally share information with local partners.
The agency is improving access to patient data for veterans.