BARDA DRIVe's director shares how health entrepreneurship can tackle some of the nation’s most pressing health challenges.
Danielle Krakora plays a large part in how the VA elevates the patient experience through technology.
Using artificial intelligence to facilitate biomedical research and combat the pandemic.
With the help of technology, the agency is addressing international disruptions in cancer care caused by the pandemic.
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DNA analysis with electronic medical records can improve health outcomes for the U.S. population.
Telemedicine and remote monitoring devices can offer cancer patients much needed support amid COVID-19.
The agency's tech efforts impact 9.5 million beneficiaries around the world.
The agency is using technologies like virtual waiting rooms and automation to mitigate the increased traffic.
Digital technologies can enhance how clinicians care for mental illnesses.
Mobile apps play an important role in telemedicine and mental health.
In recognition of mental health awareness, tech has much potential during the pandemic's self-isolation practices.
A new special report suggests that multifactor authentication, encryption and other steps can protect patients' health information.
Exploring the value of data in health science efforts across government.
The agency appears to be allocating additional resources to both internal efforts and the national response as well.
Legislation for remote voting is gaining traction amid a global pandemic.
President Trump noted several areas of accomplishments, including VA reforms and research efforts.
Agencies find opportunity in increasing diversity within cyber programs and leveraging shared services.
A working group's recommendations for artificial intelligence can propel biomedical research.