The Department of Veterans Affairs is rounding up options for potential off-the-shelf health records software to replace its homegrown VistA product.
The Food and Drug Administration wants input from manufacturers and others about when a software update to a medical device would require premarket notification.
Singh, working for Deloitte, helped the military create a mobile solution for health records.
The DOD and VA are focused on finding the right technology to serve troops over a lifetime -- even with bumps along the way -- and those closest to the effort say the stumbles are leading to progress.
The presumptive Republican nominee for president has made reform of the Department of Veterans Affairs part of his campaign.
Mobile apps and cutting-edge technology are changing the way we care for our troops -- and maybe, someday, even the general public.
Even after the Veterans Affairs-Defense new joint integrated health record system begins rolling out in 2014, many functionalities will still need to be migrated to the new system, according to a senior VA official.
THe Veterans Affairs and Defense departments are adopting a common vocabulary and structured data system for medical terms for their upcoming joint digital record system.
The Veterans Affairs Department has awarded a new contract for development of a joint platform for an electronic health record system with the Defense Department.
VA's deputy secretary keeps the department's IT experts focused on improving medical care for veterans.