NextGen911 and improvements to the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline aim to overhaul analog legacy systems to a digital ecosystem, but face funding and staffing challenges.
Work across agencies are improving new tech and eyeing joint health information exchanges that make data more interoperable and transparent.
The service aims to harness younger generations in helping to reduce stigma and improve access to mental health support.
Winners of the Department of Veterans Affairs' Mission Daybreak grand challenge point to data’s role in suicide prevention.
Federal agencies are leveraging AI, ML, data visualization dashboards, online training programs and more to support the Biden-Harris Administration's Unity Agenda, a topic of this year's State of the Union address.
Some tech innovations at the Department of Veterans Affairs are using synthetic data to help reduce veteran suicides. Here's how you can get involved.
Investments in technical modernization, caretaking resources appear to be benefiting veterans in crisis.
Matthew Miller discusses how VA is accelerating suicide prevention initiatives.
The organization played a lead role in the lead up to the PACT Act. Now it is eyeing veteran suicide prevention and infrastructure modernization.
'Mission Daybreak' is allocating $20 million toward mental health and suicide prevention efforts.
VA announces suicide prevention challenge, and synthetic data could improve outcomes.
New efforts are calling for better data sharing and interagency collaboration to fight service member suicides.
Technologies and communication strategies helped the agency see the first annual decline in suicide since 2005.
Wide-reaching funding increases are impacting services that provide essential veterans care, including mental health and coronavirus research.
VA data leaders discuss how expanded clinical capabilities are supporting veteran suicide prevention.
With an uptick of mental health disorders during the pandemic, officials are scaling up tech to meet demand for care.
Researchers are looking into digital resources to expand access to mental health care services.
Kim Ruocco shares how the organization is embracing technology to support suicide-prevention efforts.