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Huge crowdsourced genealogy databases are inspiring new genetics research.
, The Atlantic
The Trump administration requested $1.2 billion in fiscal 2019 for a commercial health records contract, which the department is expected to award by March.
Health care is a little different than selling books.
The department misspent even more than government investigators initially believed in attempting to modernize its health records system.
The modernization project went over budget and didn't yield any reusable software or equipment.
Google hopes to predict your medical outcome as soon as you’re admitted to the hospital.
The Defense Department and the contractors building its $4.3 billion health records platform say they’re on schedule
During an eight-week pause, the department will assess the program's successes and failures so far.
The department’s aiming for as seamless a solution for medical records as technologically possible, VA Secretary David Shulkin said.
The department gave the bulk of the billion to 15 contractors—one of which is getting a sole-source $10 billion contract to try again.
Congress expressed its support for VA's electronic health records contract with Cerner, but promised to keep a close watch on its implementation.
The project gathers data one heartbeat at a time.
There’s a clear trend that having more data makes it easier to train artificial intelligence.
Congress moved along IT modernization and defense authorization bills but still faces funding the government.
This pill can even send data to your doctor.
Secretary David Shulkin said there was a public interest exception in skipping a full and open competition.
Two projects won the Move Health Data Forward contest.
The National Science and Technology Council seeks feedback on a health IT framework.
A recent code-a-thon showcased different ways the technology could be used to protect and share health records.
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