Health and Human Services Department's Health IT Standards Committee has adopted a framework for the flow of patient data to be collected and aggregated to measure the quality of care.
A group that certifies electronic health records will give health care providers a head start on getting incentive payments under the economic stimulus law.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has updated the data formats for its program for providers to electronically submit data on patient safety.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is considering using contractors to operate a national system for assigning health providers unique identifying numbers.
HHS says it hasn't gotten any applications to run a national telehealth center.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is sponsoring a Web-based discussion starting today to gauge public opinion on swine flu vaccinations.
State CIOs can play a critical role in deployment of health IT, according to a new report.
The FDA has plans to convert its postmarket medical device reporting from paper forms to an electronic system.
HHS has asked industry to help conduct a nationwide analysis of health information exchange infrastructures.
The agency's IT acquisition center has shed its assisted-acquisition services and will instead focus on GWACs.
A federal advisory group today endorsed the idea that standards for electronic health records should grow more detailed over time.
Proposed rules announced today would require that all mandatory post market reporting of adverse effects for drugs and medical devices be filed electronically, either through a gateway, a Web portal under development, or on disk or tape.