Leaders from government and industry rely on technology to overcome current drug crises and predict the next.
HHS ONC technology and policy leads discuss new rules to increase interoperability.
Industry partner General Dynamics Information Technology gives its vision for the federal health IT landscape.
The Digital Health Pre-Cert Pilot Program continues despite commissioner's recent resignation announcement.
The deputy assistant secretary for health technology reform explains the importance of health IT reform toward better serving patients.
Increased usability and digital improvements to deliver care to veterans remain the Office of Connected Care chief's priorities.
If a health entity isn’t sharing information, it falls into one of these categories outlined by the Office of the National Coordinator.
Floor demonstrations and announcements include a cybersecurity best practices guide, wearable devices and more.
New efforts would require healthcare entities to offer immediate electronic access by 2020 and to make shopping for care easier with price transparency.
The executive order will guide U.S. development in artificial intelligence, plus other news.
The department is looking for innovative vendors to streamline purchasing, eliminate redundant contracts and provide purchasers with real-time data.
The two disciplines used to run parallel, but federal officials are finding themselves having to create the processes and policies that protect health data and systems.
One study is the latest in a series of efforts to use AI to address mental health concerns.
In our latest podcast episode, Sezin Palmer explains how she takes a systems approach to health to predict and prevent illness.
Alastair Thomson, CIO, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Designing website applications is not innovative, but necessary, federal health IT officials say.
The agency is launching an AI Health Outcomes Challenge to find ways of predicting health outcomes.