Federal Health IT News and Analysis
GovernmentCIO Media & Research is dedicated to covering the latest news and developments in federal health IT modernization, encompassing ongoing stories ranging from electronic health records implementation, the application of data analytics to public health quandaries, to the development of AI and machine-learning techniques in pursuit of advanced diagnostics and medical treatment. Advances in federal health IT has a wide-ranging impact on the lives of Americans, and digital modernization has continued to apply these technological advances to public health and medical services that impact the lives of millions every day.
The agency accelerated its IT modernization plans to expand telehealth and improve veterans' digital health services.
The agency is merging IT developments with patient outcomes and bridging the interoperability gap.
With a central data hub, the Military Health System can gain visibility and usability with health data.
Cross-agency partnerships and remote collaboration tools are encouraging knowledge sharing and practical application.
The challenges of the pandemic have only reinforced the importance of using data insights to improve patient care.
The agency has rolled out new features of its VEText application to maintain physical distancing.
Accelerating biomedical research involves implementing collaborative digital solutions at NIH.
More details of the extent of the agency’s Fourth Mission reveal ongoing support for non-veterans.
Applying data analytics to predicting and preventing the shortage of vital medical equipment.
The office coordinates nationwide testing of new treatment approaches for cancer.
Data-sharing tools enable the agency to collaborate across the enterprise.
Cloud technology unlocks many benefits for health researchers across government.
The MISSION Act led to improved reporting of staffing and vacancy data at the agency.
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.
The agency is using technologies like virtual waiting rooms and automation to mitigate the increased traffic.
COVID-19 has highlighted opportunities in public policy and supporting public-private efforts.
Digital technologies can enhance how clinicians care for mental illnesses.
The agency is using webinars and customer service tools to connect with industry professionals during the novel coronavirus pandemic.