The National Institutes of Health's Pillbox program has shown that a project manager may have to move outside the comfort zone.
For the first time, federal regulators are scrutinizing the mobile health applications market.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services installed two anti-fraud systems in 2006, but neither is fully functioning as intended, a report says.
Social media leaders, performance improvement officers and chief privacy officers play key roles in the development of Gov 2.0.
The Health and Human Services Department's new media team shares its lessons learned with other agencies.
A panel of federal executives working with mobile applications discussed the benefits of a "mobile-first" approach.
National Library of Medicine has created a free tool to furnish patients' electronic health records with information specific to their conditions.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that new predictive fraud-catching tools for Medicare will go into effect on July 1.
Former and current government officials share their tips for establishing a solid mentoring relationship.
Annual Tele-Vision awards honor federal agencies with pioneering telework agendas.
A National Cancer Institute program manager warned about mobile applications that promise health care benefits to consumers without being backed by scientific data.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius kicked off the department's second annual Health Data Initiative Forum with a plea for more innovation.