The plan aims to leverage quality electronic health data and advance an IT architecture.
The agency is thinking through how to modernize while sustaining core functions managed under legacy systems.
Role models are important to furthering the IT and tech workforce.
Rep. Michael Burgess sees potential for future technology to improve medical care.
Technology experts across the federal health sector see customer satisfaction as the essential purpose behind implementing complex analytics.
The agency's annual report shows initiatives driven by digital services, data and IT improving national health research and care.
The research agency is centered on the convergence of engineering and the physical and life sciences.
Helping researchers answer most pressing questions in health advancements with machine-learning.
Veterans Affairs is focused on advancing its modernization agenda through furthering existing achievements and fostering interagency collaboration.
The plan emphasizes end-user empowerment, leveraging and securing data, and a series of other priorities.
Agency leaders are looking to apply artificial intelligence to create profiles that enable personalized and responsive care.
Leadership is taking a behind-the-scenes approach to IT in the delivery of health care.
The federal health care community is hitting target goals outlined in the Federal Data Strategy.
CIOs from DHA, HHS and CMS give the scoop on how they’re bolstering their agencies’ health IT.
2019 was full of new milestones for DHA in its health records modernization, medical treatment facility oversight and more.
The agency plans to tackle research-data roadblocks through its STRIDES Initiative.
Although emerging technologies can benefit the economy, experts argue for diverse solutions to protect workers.
The agency's new initiative incorporates AI and machine-learning capabilities to advance health research.
VA and DHA heads prioritize end users throughout the research, development and collaboration going into AI.