The Department of Veterans Affairs is exploring merging its health system with the Pentagon’s as part of its effort to expand private health care
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.
Debbie Bucci, IT architect at HHS, joined Federal Drive to discuss some earlier concepts in the research and development of Blockchain technology for healthcare
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former chief information security officer at the Environmental Protection Agency and deputy chief information officer at the Veterans Affairs Department, addresses medical device cybersecurity.
The Veterans Affairs Department indicated more key announcements are coming soon about the next steps for its major electronic health record project.
Amid the “chaos and complexity” of the Internet of Things are basic cybersecurity rules agencies can follow to secure devices but not suffocate innovation.
Surveys and feedback are a key part of the Veterans Affairs Department’s customer experience strategy and its plan to expand telehealth services.
Ostendio Founder & CEO Grant Elliott joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk, to discuss how his company can help federal agencies comply with a wide range of security standards. August 22, 2017
The federal government’s opportunity to change the way healthcare is delivered and consumed is immense.
The Veterans Affairs Department will expand its telehealth program, which already provided healthcare services to 700,000 veterans across the country.
The Agriculture Department’s research and development in 2016 yielded 244 new inventions and 109 patent applications.
A small group of senators says the Veterans Health Administration should have its own chief information officer, who would report to the department’s undersecretary for health and would oversee all management and procurement decisions related to the health administration’s IT systems. It’s one of a few specific recommendations from the VA Commission on Care that are beginning to appear in new pieces of legislation.