Diana Manos

Diana Manos is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer with specialties in healthcare, technology, politics and policy.

By Diana Manos 12:06 pm February 07, 2014
The most recent payment total reported for meaningful use incentives has something surprisingly in common with another 19.2B.
By Diana Manos 10:56 am December 05, 2013
More and more patients are gaining access to doc notes, and they’re both liking it.
By Diana Manos 08:50 am November 13, 2013
While listening to the Nov. 6 meeting of the Health IT Policy Committee, I'll be honest, I along with probably everyone else, was dying to hear a few words from the latest person to take the helm of ONC, Jacob Reider.
By Diana Manos 03:34 pm November 08, 2013
Jacob Reider, Acting National Coordinator for Health Information Technology calls himself “an extroverted introvert,” but he assures folks he can “do some driving if there’s driving to be done.”
By Diana Manos 03:55 pm October 31, 2013
That's not an easy question to answer but, more to the point, there is a way forward and it's not through bickering about who's to blame.
By Diana Manos 10:44 am May 18, 2012
No matter how you feel about the federal incentive program to drive the adoption of healthcare it, the numbers speak for themselves.
By Diana Manos 10:04 am July 15, 2011
If you aren’t in an accountable care organization or planning to join one, chances are you are just plain sick of hearing about them.
By Diana Manos 12:19 am July 15, 2011
If you aren’t in an accountable care organization or planning to join one, chances are you are just plain sick of hearing about them. But are they going away any time soon?
By Diana Manos 03:04 pm June 22, 2011
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently announced it has paid out more than $75 million for the meaningful use of electronic health records under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Is this really spurring adoption?
By Diana Manos 12:34 pm April 29, 2011
Is it too early to think about the 2012 elections and potential candidates' takes on healthcare? I don't think so. Healthcare promises to be the mother of all topics for this upcoming election.

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