National Institutes of Health News and Analysis | GovernmentCIO Media & Research


An NIH-funded researcher says support for more representation earlier in the process can advance overall outcomes in precision medicine and genomics.
NITAAC Acting Director Brian Goodger explains next steps and updates to the $40 billion contract vehicle.
Developing biomedical technologies requires strong strategies in data analytics and innovations with tools and imaging.
Leaders behind the first COVID-19 vaccine to receive FDA emergency use authorization highlight the role of technology in the quick development of the candidate.
The pandemic has increased awareness around rural health inequities via increased public communication and technological tools.
HHS and VA officials are looking to holistic, cloud-based capabilities to get more out of their data.
Modern technology has the power to overcome clinical trial participation challenges.
Researchers are looking into digital resources to expand access to mental health care services.
'Soft skills' are among the top traits for strong cyber leadership, according to federal CISOs.
The veteran leader discusses the importance of IT support and mentorship for technologists.
Using artificial intelligence to facilitate biomedical research and combat the pandemic.
The agency has multiple research and development programs using artificial intelligence for biomedical imaging and data-processing efforts.
DNA analysis with electronic medical records can improve health outcomes for the U.S. population.
The agency is using cloud services and other resources to help researchers access data and meet virtually.
Accelerating biomedical research involves implementing collaborative digital solutions at NIH.
Improving patient care through the advancement of precision medicine.
The network plays a critical role in finding safe and effective coronavirus treatments at an accelerated pace.
Amid challenges of file and metadata standardization challenges, the agency is rolling out several solutions to optimize its electronic records management initiative.
NIH, CDC and FDA leaders see health data sharpening government's understanding of COVID-19.