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The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System quickly detected and alerted federal health agencies on the potentially fatal effects of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
The agency is looking to build an AI ecosystem that drives innovation and harnesses data's potential.
Predictive analytics with machine learning capabilities can get ahead of the curb in fraud and waste prevention.
The agency is driving adoption of emerging technologies through innovative IT contract vehicles.
The pandemic increased the need for secure, modernized and evolved solutions to expedite federal response efforts.
Tax credits and health equity are addressed in the new stimulus plan starting April 1.
The Administration for Community Living is leveraging data to train AI algorithms that deliver a greater insight into adult mistreatment research and predictions.
Efforts to secure the supply chain will receive additional attention under new presidential priorities.
Agencies officials discuss the progress and opportunities in areas like data, security, AI, IOT and workforce.
Getting to interoperability standards is a journey, not a destination, and requires close collaboration with all parties.
HHS OIG is tackling vaccine fraud amid high demand for the shot and misinformation about how to get it.
NITAAC Acting Director Brian Goodger explains next steps and updates to the $40 billion contract vehicle.
The agency emphasizes partnerships, research in AI and a new AI Council, which Chief AI Officer Oki Mek will helm.
A new competition encourages ideas to validate and innovate synthetic health data to improve research in quality of care.
House Republicans are calling for more congressional oversight of IT modernization and cybersecurity.
The Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center addressed various cybersecurity challenges during the pandemic.
VA and HHS has used financial support along with a focus on instruction to encourage remote care.
Potential heads of HHS, CDC, COVID-19 task force aim to fight coronavirus in first 100 days.
The pandemic has increased awareness around rural health inequities via increased public communication and technological tools.
The pandemic has exposed longstanding health disparities, the need for expanded access to care and improved communication strategies.