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Web accessibility relates to the use of screen readers or other assistive technologies by persons with disabilities.

  • The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a major redesign of the Medicare.gov website making content more accessible and easier for beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers to understand.

  • Find out what interaction with the public means to us on the HHS.gov/DigitalStrategy website and Digitalk blog.

  • Typically when you think of government, the word "innovation" isn't the first word that comes to mind. Well it's time to change that! The U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is proud to announce that for the first time ever, the public will have the opportunity to vote on the finalists of the HHS<em>innovates</em> Program. That means, your vote will help determine which project will be selected as the winner of the "People's Choice."

  • HHS is leading the effort to build topic-based consumer websites that bring the best, most relevant content from across the federal government together in one place. Suggest the next topic website.

  • HHS is working together, sharing resources, and delivering better services at a lower cost. Find out how HHS is working better, including by how its streamlining how it monitors and reports on the accessibility of its websites.

  • HHS is working to provide easy access to its vast amounts of health data collections and, through web APIs, to the data itself. Find out how this data is being used to help keep people safe and find quality care.

  • Find out what health information has gone mobile. Help prioritize this work by making suggestions for which information HHS should optimize for mobile use next.