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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated data sharing between federal health agencies, highlighting the need for stronger cybersecurity as cybercrime continues to plague government and health organizations.
FDA and VA received FedHealthIT awards for their efforts to collect, store and analyze data to improve patient care.
Robert Califf aims to better leverage health technologies to advance health care and equity.
Though still in its infancy, collecting and making actionable data can provide insights on optimal performance of service members.
New upcoming measures will sharpen quality of care for Medicare patients.
With social determinants of health and other new data standards, ONC hopes to increase health equity in the care setting.
The department is implementing its AI strategy to improve data efforts and veteran solutions.
ONC leaders discuss work around improved health delivery via data standards that are more representative of diverse populations.
The agency stood up its HHS Protect platform quickly amid the pandemic, and now it will have uses in future efforts.
The infrastructure for nationwide health care interoperability will pave the way for efficiencies and data analytics.
Agencies are safeguarding data from ransomware and other health sector threats.
There are opportunities for workflow and process improvements for the system managing organ donations and transplantation.
NIDDK Director Dr. Griffin Rodgers talks COVID-19, disparities in health, and top priorities at the institute.
The Joint Pathology Center's effort to upload 55 million samples of tissues could pave new opportunities in medical research and patient care.
Getting to interoperability standards is a journey, not a destination, and requires close collaboration with all parties.
A new competition encourages ideas to validate and innovate synthetic health data to improve research in quality of care.
FDA's post-surveillance methods ensure the continued safety of a vaccine through the collection and monitoring of health data.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased priorities around health information security, crowdsourced penetration testing and collaboration.
With the help of technology, the agency is addressing international disruptions in cancer care caused by the pandemic.
The long-term data storage and aggregation potential of health information exchanges can help smooth health care and make medical discoveries.