CMS is working on a new approach to health care spending that provides better patient outcomes and quicker recovery times, while reducing the number of admissions and re-admissions
Some technology leaders at the Veterans Affairs Department think it might be time to take a step back and evaluate new innovations more dispassionately.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said Thursday he would reimburse the U.S. Treasury for his wife’s travel expenses and instead wanted to turn attention back to veterans issues. VA is requesting a $12 billion budget increase for 2019.
NIH is making an online effort at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to find a way to institute more widespread 3D technologies.
NIH is working with industry on a project in the cloud to host its large data sets and make them more accessible to researchers
Will Cerner Corp.’s MHS Genesis provide the safe harbor the Coast Guard needs?
DSFederal CEO Sophia Parker joins host Mark Amtower of this week’s Amtower Off Center, to discuss the challenges she faced in starting her own company, and DSFederal’s focus on health IT. January 29, 2017
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin gave a progress report on a wide range of initiatives. He told the Senate VA Committee that the department is still making “incremental change” on hiring, appeals modernization, accountability and a new electronic health record.
The Veterans Affairs Department is upgrading its infrastructure and beginning data migration to prepare for its upcoming implementation of a new electronic health record that’s interoperable with the Defense Department.
DoD’s adoption of a new electronic health record is a major driver for a bevy of other upgrades to health IT in the military health system, including a new, worldwide virtual private network and common desktop.
Kevin DeSanto, managing partner at KippsDeSanto, joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center for a wide ranging discussion on the current mergers and acquisitions environment. November 20, 2017
The first users of DoD’s new electronic health record call the system “life-changing,” but several years remain before it’s deployed worldwide.
The Veterans Affairs Department has a few more details about its 10-year contract with Cerner Corporation with a new, interoperable electronic health record with the Defense Department.
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, part of NIH, has created a new tool to help alcoholics and those with alcohol use disorder find the care that they need.
As the Defense Department and the Veterans Affairs Department continue to move to electronic records, AMSUS Director and former Navy Surgeon General Michael Cowan describes what benefits the new system will bring.