The National Cancer Institute is offering customizable text message programs to teens and adults who want to quit smoking.
The Health and Human Services Department has published its vision of how health information technology used by doctors and hospitals will improve care and health and lower costs.
The Health and Human Services Department has a plan for updating regulations that covers things such as telemedicine.
VA's online agent is now operational to oversee an open-source community involved in modernizing its digital record system.
Sniffing the air through special filters in hidden detectors throughout the U.S., Biowatch is a main arsenal in the war against pathogens.
For the first time, federal regulators are scrutinizing the mobile health applications market.
The Veterans Affairs Department has selected a small business as the custodial agent for an open-source ecosystem development program to modernize the VA's VistA electronic health record system.
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.
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.
State CIOs have an important role to play in national health care reform, especially with regard to operating health benefit exchanges, according to a new report from the National Association of State CIOs.