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Industry and federal partners are working on collaborations to transform the evolving cybersecurity landscape.

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.

The list is a priority for organizations working to prevent cyberattacks in a heightened threat environment.

The agency's new data and technology office's director is harnessing challenges for new opportunities in public health.

Officials say the technology is poised to transform health care with the right investment.

DOD is accelerating 5G adoption to create the smart base of the future.

As agencies integrate more artificial intelligence into their operations, managing directives, policies and best practices into the process become critical.

President Biden’s 2021 executive order pushes agencies to improve customer experience.

Generative AI tools are powerful, officials note, but come with a series of challenges.

Federal leaders are calling for increased attention to digital tools for reducing maternal deaths.

The new data interoperability standards include 20 new data elements and one new data class.

Robust data portals are providing real-time intelligence to support informed decision-making and provide equitable services.

Agencies are strategizing best practices for workforce and technology to help combat disparities in health care.

Leaders from our Health Tech Equity Working Group address implicit and explicit biases that threaten equity efforts in health care.

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated data sharing between federal health agencies, highlighting the need for stronger cybersecurity as cybercrime continues to plague government and health organizations.

Over 90% of hospitals nationwide rely on electronic health records, and HHS is making efficient access a top priority.

ONC leaders unpack the new frameworks and data standards that are creating an interoperability floor across the health care landscape.

AI is critical piece of the future of mental health care, ultimately making mental health resources and tools more accessible for all.

Following the Public Health Emergency, fraud, waste, and abuse prevention continues to be a top priority for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Cybersecurity and speed of deployment are two concerns around next-generation network capacities.

Over the next several weeks, the health care industry can comment on a proposed rule that boosts health legislation and improves EHR exchange.

The agency released a ‘roadmap’ to help organizations decrease and confront cyberattacks in health care.

The Department of Education is making skills-based hiring a priority to address tech workforce needs in and outside government.

Creating a path that will lead to success and retention in technology can help women succeed, especially in a technological world.

As agencies work toward improving customer service and experience, low-code software development can help also reduce costs.

Experts say artificial intelligence is a game changer for breast cancer detection and will reduce health care disparities amid federal priorities in cancer care.

As the public health emergency ends, CMS emphasizes key technologies for post-pandemic operations.

Health and civilian agencies highlighted communication and collaboration when implementing zero trust strategies.