A new digital pilot program will provide opioid overdose surveillance for two counties in California.
Tens of thousands of people from Massachusetts were notified that they fell victim to a MOVEit data breach, the state’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services announced in a August 15 press release.
U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Governor Albert Bryan has signed a Letter of Intent with CRISP Shared Services to participate in a data and interoperability pilot program.
As part of its modernization efforts, New Mexico has awarded a $39 million Medicaid Enterprise Benefit Management Services contract to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT).
The new North Carolina Stroke Registry, launched by the North Carolina Health Information Exchange Authority (NC HIEA) and the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, is intended to improve the stroke care continuum in North Carolina.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law last week legislation aimed at protecting the personal health data of all Washingtonians, making the state the first in the nation to codify into law broad protections for consumer health data.
Alaska’s health information exchange (HIE) – healtheConnect Alaska – has awarded a new contract with Alaska’s Department of Health to expand its HIE and data services across Alaska.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has provided new guidance to Federal and state government agencies to make sure they can send Medicaid enrollment calls and send text messages without violating robocall and robotext prohibitions.
From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, public health officials understood that using data to gather insights from otherwise inert information across the entire health ecosystem would improve public health outcomes, but raising the value of that data requires a lot of work, according to several public health officials.
A new website launched by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) on Jan. 10 enables state residents to see coronavirus levels in their own communities.