The infrastructure for nationwide health care interoperability will pave the way for efficiencies and data analytics.
The National Coordinator of Health IT updates ONC's goals and focus areas.
The service's cyber lead is synchronizing all cyber efforts, ensuring transparency and accelerating change in a new operating environment.
As a founding visionary for its data strategy, Elizabeth Puchek discusses the importance of citizen development for citizenship services.
Newly appointed National Coordinator for Health IT Micky Tripathi details some of the agency's top priorities in 2021.
Getting to interoperability standards is a journey, not a destination, and requires close collaboration with all parties.
The effort incorporates various successes in tech interoperability and partnerships.
Bill Tinston, previously PEO DHMS program executive officer, is now the director of the FEHRM.
A recent change in hospital reporting requirements removed a CDC submission process to streamline COVID-19 data sharing.
COVID-19 has highlighted opportunities in public policy and supporting public-private efforts.
Easing data sharing across health care holds potential for all stakeholders, from day-to-day care to public health crises.
The rules require patient health information sharing among providers for improved patient care.
The goal is to provide better access to claims data for improved health care outcomes.
With the rise of 5G networks, interoperable EHRs and connected medical devices, security is paramount.
The agency released a final strategic report suggesting ways to relieve provider EHR burdens and improve care.
The No. 2 leader reiterates the agency's goals toward cutting costs and empowering patients with data.
The agency's annual report shows initiatives driven by digital services, data and IT improving national health research and care.
CIOs and CISOs should have a role in driving policy changes and technical changes.
Two prominent government officials shared support for ONC's proposed rules and patient access to their data.