Defense Department Jumpstarts Deployment of AI-Driven, Cancer-Detecting Augmented Reality Microscopes
Similar capabilities could be applied to the realm of radiology.
Researchers trained the tool to identify redness associated from Lyme disease from other skin problems.
The CommonWell Health Alliance officially joined the joint health information exchange, broadening the government’s ability to digitally share patient data with private health care providers.
The Veterans Affairs Department successfully transferred data of thousands of patients to its new electronic health records system.
A senior adviser brought in to boost the pandemic-driven effort says new materials are coming and stresses the importance of organizations acting on the agency’s advisories as part of their risk calculus.
Reps. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., and Anna Eshoo, D-Calif., view telehealth services as a key tool to promote equity in health care post-pandemic
Lawmakers introduced legislation to enhance transparency across the facilities.
Despite numerous obstacles, the Veterans Affairs Department expects to be ready for the October 24 deployment date its new electronic health records system.
Four years after DARPA sought a better way to bring medicine to the battlefield, the technology may assuage broader concerns about foreign supply chains.
Federal agencies should develop clear standards for data sharing on cross-cutting issues in order to understand the pandemic better.
The innovation also sparked a new startup to bring the technology to market.
Lawrence Livermore Scientists Model Neural Activity from Living Human Cells on Brain-On-A-Chip Devices
Building on years of multidisciplinary collaboration, the effort could help scientists find countermeasures against brain injury and disease.
The program helps expand access to telehealth services in rural and remote areas.
The agency is using the Salesforce platform to begin tracking potential infections and community transmissions on a voluntary basis.
The president's directive also targets improvements to rural health care.
The main benefit of 5G, especially for public sector applications, is the enablement of machine-to-machine communications.
Is Telehealth as Good as In-Person Care? A Telehealth Researcher Explains How to Get the Most Out of Remote Health Care
The question of when to use telehealth must also take into account the risk and burden of getting care.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said the technology being developed to aid the fight against coronavirus proves the need for a standardized privacy framework.
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