Winners of the Mobilizing Data for Pressure Ulcer Prevention Challenge announced. Each support nurses and their patients’ health care teams to reduce the incidence and severity of pressure ulcers, as well as to aid in ulcer prevention.
With your help, we have rebooted Usability.gov. We have expanded our focus of the site from just usability to user experience. Our goal was to reintroduce the site as a leading resource for user experience (UX) best practices, so we’ve worked to add more content based on what you’ve told us you need.
The way girls access the internet is changing so the Office of Women’s Health rebuilt girlshealth.gov in responsive design, making the site’s reliable, useful, and easy-to-understand health information more accessible for mobile users.
Last year’s ‘Reducing Cancer among Women of Color’ App Challenge aimed to address health disparities head on. We’re happy to announce the winner of the challenge, which helps underserved and minority women take control of their health.
We saw some big changes across the federal government with the introduction of the Digital Government Strategy in 2012, and looking forward, 2013 promises to be even bigger! HHS and the Federal Web Managers Council have teamed up to bring you 12 big ideas and predictions for 2013.