Officials say the technology is poised to transform health care with the right investment.
Industry and federal partners are working on collaborations to transform the evolving cybersecurity landscape.
Agencies are strategizing best practices for workforce and technology to help combat disparities in health care.
Over 90% of hospitals nationwide rely on electronic health records, and HHS is making efficient access a top priority.
HHS is on a progressive path to increase access to patient data, operationalize policies and form partnerships.
ONC leaders unpack the new frameworks and data standards that are creating an interoperability floor across the health care landscape.
Data strategies are aimed at improving health equity in the long term.
The inaugural Health Tech Equity Working Group report outlines challenges and best practices as the government aims to make health services more equitable.
The agency released a ‘roadmap’ to help organizations decrease and confront cyberattacks in health care.
As the public health emergency ends, CMS emphasizes key technologies for post-pandemic operations.
Health and civilian agencies highlighted communication and collaboration when implementing zero trust strategies.
Cybersecurity, AI and health IT are major focuses in this year's budget proposal.
Health and civilian agencies see major benefits from ICAM solutions, a pillar of zero trust, when protecting IT systems from phishing scams and fraudsters.
Agencies are bolstering workforce training and zero trust to secure the hybrid workplace.
Kristen Finne breaks down a decade of growth with the HHS emPOWER program.
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The emPOWER Program uses data and AI to help protect the health of millions who depend on medical devices.
HHS shared AI/ML use cases to promote transparency and spur innovation at the annual AFCEA Health IT Summit.
Federal agencies executing DEIA strategies in support of White House executive order 14035 reported improved morale and detailed plans to bolster workforce recruitment.
Health and civilian agencies expect to build off progress to improve health equity, smarter IT acquisitions and better customer experience through digital services.