Veterans Affairs Department CIO Roger Baker said the VA is moving on the VLER project and expects a decision by year's end on the VistA modernization project.
States and the District of Columbia will get $51 million to help them set up new insurance marketplaces.
Todd Park is the go-to guy for open government at the Health and Human Services Department, where he's also involved with health reform and health information exchange.
Advances in technology and the wide-ranging effects of networks and virtualization will influence federal programs during the next five years, the Government Accountability Office reported.
The FCC and FDA have scheduled a joint public meeting in July on a teamwork approach to overseeing approval of telemedicine devices.
A federal advisory group today examined whether health information technology should be adapted to meet the needs of pediatric patients and other groups.
Is the Obama administration equipped to arbitrate the dispute over geographic disparities in Medicare spending?
The Health and Human Services Department will spend $84 million for health IT systems at community health centers.
VA's quiet leadership in telehealth is about to gain a much broader audience as policy-makers look to the technology as a possible means of reducing costs and improving access to care.
The Health and Human Services Department recently purchased a cloud computing solution for its regional extention centers that not only helps them do their jobs, but also provides performance information back to HHS.
The Veterans Affairs Department operates the largest telehealth program in the world, but other federal agencies are involved with the technology and supporting policies.
A federal advisory panel considers whether more rules are needed for patients' consent when exchanging medical data electronically.