Moonshot and HHS agencies to develop standards for data interoperability

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The Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services is coordinating a health informatics initiative—as part of the Cancer Moonshot—to set common data standards that could be used across key federal health agencies, including NCI, NIH, and FDA.

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Matthew Bin Han Ong
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Matthew Bin Han Ong
Senior Editor