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Telemedicine and remote monitoring devices can offer cancer patients much needed support amid COVID-19.
The executive order calls upon HHS to cement expanded Medicare telehealth coverage and improve rural health care infrastructure.
The agency has rolled out new features of its VEText application to maintain physical distancing.
NIH, CDC and FDA leaders see health data sharpening government's understanding of COVID-19.
A senate committee is considering current temporary COVID-19 telehealth expansion policies in a more permanent capacity in the future.
The agency's IT shop accomplished several technological advancements to support the nation and its veterans.
The multi-cloud, DevOps-oriented approach is working to improve military health delivery during the pandemic.
Although the agency paused MHS Genesis deployment during the pandemic, leaders have continued progressing health record modernization alongside VA.
The agency has accelerated and reinforced various modernization efforts like telehealth, mobile capabilities and self-service tools.
In recognition of mental health awareness, tech has much potential during the pandemic's self-isolation practices.
The toolkit aims to help states form regulatory frameworks for telehealth coverage for Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries.
The agency will provide additional financial support to rural hospitals and help enable telehealth visits for patients and providers.
The social media conglomerate will be donating Portals video-calling devices to veterans and their families amid the pandemic.
Telehealth and app improvements are impacting how government addresses stress management.
Expansion in telehealth services has allowed veterans to receive counseling even amidst the COVID-19 epidemic.
The agency is now delegating COVID-19 relief funding toward medical care and telehealth capabilities.
The agency aims to support shorter- and longer-term efforts to expand telehealth with Congress' $200M COVID-19 funding.
The agency added 80 more telehealth services that beneficiaries can access to ease patient and provider experiences amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The bill supports IT modernization, telehealth, telework and security as the country combats the coronavirus pandemic.
The move is part of the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.