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TATRC established the National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network to make critical care expertise more accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DHMS' Holly Joers provides updates on EHR roll out and outlines next steps.
We get an on-the-ground perspective of how health IT is impacting medicine at the point of care.
ONC's Micky Tripathi highlights how the foundation for interoperability that ONC has set is going to transform health data exchange and use in 2022.
NYU built a data hub to centralize cancer center data and enable modern analytics and data-driven in biomedical research.
The Wilmot Cancer Institute is looking to AR/VR for data visualization beyond dashboards.
Many challenges in any tech modernization initiative is grappling with the business perspective.
There are underlying biases that impact levels of recruitment ultimately affecting the cybersecurity workforce.
Brynn Cole breaks down how the department is scaling human-centered design to improve health care delivery and solutions.
Amanda Purnell Unpacks VA’s "Arches" that uses synthetic data to improve veteran care.
New upcoming measures will sharpen quality of care for Medicare patients.
VA interoperability lead Ken Rubin discusses a new data platform that’s improving data discovery and sharing.
Agencies can access CIO-SP3 for orders until Oct. 31 as NITAAC preps to begin CIO-SP4 awards in November.
Ryan Vega breaks down real-world examples of digital tools showing the way of the future of veterans health.
Rafael Fricks is working on efforts to make artificial intelligence impactful for reducing clinician burdens and improving how veterans are treated.
FDA's Heather Agler from CDRH talks leveraging lessons learned from COVID-19 to improve supply chain resiliency and develop new solutions.
Cybersecurity and risk-management strengths and challenge areas are key observations for VA security chief.
If a health entity isn’t sharing information, it falls into one of these categories outlined by the Office of the National Coordinator.
Addressing them will take more than just one approach.