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.
The real potential for change is in meaningful implementation of new technologies.
The agency is aiming to complete its first objective toward the new model by the end of this year.
Automation processes first need a solid foundation for the management of data.
The KidneyX initiative launched its second phase for innovating dialysis care.
The division's upcoming contracts are eyeing rationalization, optimization, cost reduction and optimization.
The health agency is prioritizing these areas amid the many technological solutions DHA seeks.
The initiative represents a step forward for VA telehealth and expanding the availability of specialized care.
The cybersecurity efforts within the overall Optimize NIH initiative are important toward the agency's IT improvements.
The agency is looking to further develop on-the-go prosthesis care for veterans with limited mobility.
Officials from the VA and beyond engage the community for feedback on their most pressing IT issues.
HHS's Office of the National Coordinator promotes widespread use of health information technology.
A leader behind the Healthcare.gov relaunch discusses his company's digital services efforts at the VA.