VA's Gil Alterovitz discusses new strategies aimed to make AI development ethical and trustworthy.
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.
Data is helping health clinicians improve drug addiction treatment.
AI Lead Gil Alterovitz explains VA's National AI Network, recent policies and progress.
NCI is studying the relationship between cancer and aging to help survivors lead longer, healthier lives.
The Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analytics is boosting data operations to support federal and local governments in health crises.
VA's Undersecretary for Health discusses goals and priorities in his new role.
NCI is researching the role of telehealth in cancer care and developing best practices for continued integration.
A series of research initiatives use artificial intelligence to better understand the long-term impacts of traumatic brain injury.
The SBIR center takes a comprehensive approach to fostering underrepresented small businesses.
VA is expanding services and treatment for veterans who suffered adverse health consequences from exposure to harmful substances during tours of duty.
Digitization is key for trimming unwieldy pen-and-paper processes, improving patient care and health workers' morale.
A joint HRSA-ONC initiative is supporting interoperability and data exchange.
The Office of Cancer Survivorship takes a comprehensive look at cancer survivor care.
Matthew Miller discusses how VA is accelerating suicide prevention initiatives.
Lung cancer innovation at the agency is looking at technology to improve detection and treatment.
NCI is pushing the "bench to bedside" paradigm to bring medical advances into the clinic.
How VA is creating clinical standards for the adoption of new health care technology.