We the Partnership

Collaboration in action: How federal agencies work with local communities to create better health equity

The Health and Equity Collaborative, an initiative from the Department of Health and Human Services, meets regularly to create more equitable health policies, programs and practices in the western region. Commander Matthew C. Johns, the region’s health administrator, shares three lessons from the collaborative’s work that agencies can use to improve health equity and support underserved communities.

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Researchers apply AI to medical imaging to learn about COVID-19

In August 2020, the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering announced a new AI initiative, the Medical Imaging and Data Resource Center. The center created a collaborative community that applies AI to medical imaging to contribute to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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Three lessons governments learned using technology during COVID-19

Federal, state and local government used technology to continue delivering services during the coronavirus pandemic. At a report release event for “Bit by Bit: How Governments Used Technology to Move the Mission Forward During COVID-19,” federal and nonprofit technology specialists highlighted three lessons government has learned about using technology to deliver results during the pandemic.

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America’s oldest cultural institution goes digital

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the Library of Congress, the largest library in the world, to go digital. To complement the Partnership’s Bit by Bit report on government technology, we examined how the library’s digital systems operate internally and serve the public.

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