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The National Cancer Institute's Center for Global Health is embracing health equity and developing new technologies to advance cancer research and decrease cancer deaths worldwide.
Join our researchers for a look back at 2022’s top health IT trends and what to expect in 2023.
White House legislation prompted VA to accelerate diversity strategies across the enterprise and ensure equitable service delivery to all veterans.
A joint HRSA-ONC initiative is supporting interoperability and data exchange.
Undersecretary Shereef Elnahal plans to improve veteran health access and services.
The new data interoperability standard adds classes for health status, accessibility and health insurance information.
CMS is managing a data-driven effort to improve beneficiaries' quality of care.
IT has a big role in HHS's proposed budget to boost various responsibilities in public health management as well as access to health care.
Robert Califf aims to better leverage health technologies to advance health care and equity.
The agency's health equity chief aims to close gaps in health care access for veterans.
The rule will outline API standards for payer-to-payer data exchanges of health information.
Health equity is a key policy initiative for the CMS, and data as at the core of its decision-making.
A newly created role overseeing the agency's medical device office is tackling evolving health priorities.
Health equity and inclusivity are driving how these VA leaders are advancing care for women veterans.
With social determinants of health and other new data standards, ONC hopes to increase health equity in the care setting.
Leaders across VA address how they are focusing on efficiency to provide all veterans with their full benefits.
The agency's data chief is collecting new information on social determinants of health to improve data analysis, health equity and trust.
The new guidance is the latest move agencies are making in targeting improved health equity for underrepresented communities.
Making the fight against cancer more equitable requires diversifying cancer research, clinical trials and treatments.
Biden’s American Rescue Plan allocates $80 million to fund ONC’s innovative workforce development program that aims to promote health equity.