House Passes Bill to Open Government Data About Opioid Abuse

The Health and Human Services Department would have to build a dashboard to share information about substance abuse, treatment and recovery.

These New 3D-Printed Corneas Could Help 15 Million People See Again

It’s another marvel of three-dimensional printing, using stem cells, collagen and "bio-ink"

Got A Lot On Your Mind? Try 3D Printing Your Brain

This new technology has got you covered inside and out, from head to toe.

Veterans IT Office Wants Support Through Transformation Process

The offices focused on the department’s IT infrastructure are looking for support services to help manage through a reorganization.

We Need a DARPA-Like Program for Veterans’ Problems, Experts Say

Dedicating funds to veterans’ health care needs could bring more products to market faster, experts told Congress.

Report: How HHS Buried Information About the Affordable Care Act

A transparency group analyzed the removal and demotion of information related to Obamacare on a federal website.

VA Signs $10 Billion Health Records Contract With Cerner

VA will formally pursue the same health records platform as the Pentagon.

Ebola Returns Just as the White House Loses Its Top Biodefense Expert

The highly respected Tim Ziemer left the National Security Council earlier this week. Here’s who will be taking over his duties.

The Burnout Crisis in American Medicine

Are electronic medical records and demanding regulations contributing to a historic doctor shortage?

VA Dems Demand Answers on Electronic Health Records Delay

A $16 billion contract to modernize health records has been in limbo during turmoil at the agency.

What Bill Gates Fears Most

The threat of a flu pandemic clouds even his legendary optimism, so he's launching an initiative to prevent one.

Feds Need To Be Pirates, Not Ninjas, Says Defense Health Official

Defense Health Agency's David Cooper urged his fellow feds to embrace pirate principles—at least when it comes to mobile apps.