What Happens When States Go Hunting for Welfare Fraud

Jen Fifield, Stateline / May 25, 2017

Oregon's Medicaid Computers Work Well, But Human Error Remains

Hillary Borrud, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore. / May 25, 2017

Precision Medicine 'All of Us' Project Seeks to Track Hundreds of Thousands of People's Health Over Time

Ray Gronberg, The Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C. / May 25, 2017

L.A. County, IBM to Develop Data Sharing Portal for Child Welfare Investigations

Matt Williams, Techwire / May 24, 2017

What Infusing Artificial Intelligence With Health Care Could Mean

Jordan Graham, Boston Herald / May 19, 2017

AT&T's Accessibility Lab Works to Make Tech Accessible to Everyone

Melissa Repko, The Dallas Morning News / May 18, 2017

Rhode Island Government's Electronic Monitoring on Boats Combats Overfishing

Alex Kuffner, The Providence Journal, R.I. / May 17, 2017

3 Ways States Can Infuse Innovation Into Our Health-Care System

Martin S. Gaynor, Farzad Mostashari and Paul B. Ginsburg / May 16, 2017

Missouri Statewide Prescription Drug Monitoring Bill Founders

/ May 15, 2017

Without ID, Homeless Trapped in Vicious Cycle

Teresa Wiltz, Stateline / May 16, 2017
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