As of Monday, the federal government’s database containing all publicly available health records, including cancer screenings, birth certificates and other medical records, will no longer be maintained by the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
Instead, it will be housed at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which oversees the CMS database.
The new position will be created in the Office of Information Technology Services (OSTS), which is responsible for the administration of the US government’s information technology.
OSTS is responsible in part for the federal health data and data infrastructure that the CMS is responsible to maintain, as well as for the maintenance of the federal database of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The agency has said that it will not be able to maintain the data itself because of the increased complexity and cost of maintaining the system.
The OSTs database includes all public health records that can be found in the CMS system, including: the National Immunization Program and National Health Service; the National Patient Records System; Medicare billing records; and health plans and health care records, such as health records of the individual and employers.
But unlike the CMS, OST will not maintain the records themselves.
Instead, the OST database will be managed by OST, which is currently overseen by the Centers, Centers for Disease Control, and Prevention.
CMS has been trying to get the database to move online for some time, but OST is still the lead agency in the process, and CMS is working to secure a new site for the data.
The CMS database currently resides at the National Archives and Records Administration, which has been the lead repository for health data since the 1970s.
The site has been a long-standing issue for the Obama administration, which wanted to move the data to the Archives, but was unsuccessful.
The Obama administration has said it will continue to have the data in the Archives for future reference.
The agency’s current plan is to move all health data to a new website at the Office for National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), which has jurisdiction over the CDC.
OTDCP is currently under the control of a new agency called the Office on Drug Control, which was created by President Barack Obama in April.
The Office of Drug Control was created in 2015 by the Drug Enforcement Administration, and is tasked with coordinating the DEA’s response to the opioid epidemic.
OPDC is currently working to get its own data into the new database, and its new site is expected to be completed in late 2018 or early 2019.
The website is expected do include a few more categories of records that are not covered by the CMS data repository, including health records related to pregnancy, and medical records such as medical histories.
But it is not yet clear if those records will be covered under the new OST site.
OIST also has an online portal, which will allow users to search and upload the data that the agency currently holds.
The portal will not include data about births and deaths, which are covered under OPDCP.
Instead it will include birth certificates, medical records and other records that the OPDP maintains, such a records of individuals who have died or were in hospice care, and death certificates from states, cities and counties that have a death certificate.