Diana Manos

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

By Diana Manos 03:25 pm March 12, 2019
Development has been "fairly stagnant," from some vendors, causing providers to fill the gap with population health management platforms, EHRs and business intelligence tools.
By Diana Manos 04:25 pm March 11, 2019
Medical errors caused by mishandled diagnostic tools within the electronic health record join EHR-exacerbated physician burnout on the group's annual list of Top 10 concerns.
By Diana Manos 03:07 pm March 06, 2019
The addition of the medication management technology will give senior living providers and pharmacies more choice and flexibility through a single vendor, the company said.
By Diana Manos 01:47 pm March 05, 2019
The group, called Interoperability Matters, will focus on addressing the remaining challenges obstructing data exchange and is open to "broad private and public sector participation," officials said.
By Diana Manos 12:08 pm March 04, 2019
The new integration will feature a medication decision support platform, RxBenefit Clarity, that can provide prescription price information at the point of care.
By Diana Manos 11:53 am March 01, 2019
seeCOLe integrates with FHIR and APIs to work with a variety of EHRs.
Medsphere CEO Irv Lichtenwald

Medsphere CEO Irv Lichtenwald. Buying Wellsoft will help the EHR vendor deliver a more comprehensive offering for urgent care centers, the company said. 

By Diana Manos 09:32 am February 27, 2019
EHR vendor says it will combine Wellsoft’s EDIS with its EHR and revenue cycle software.
By Diana Manos 12:41 pm February 26, 2019
Research firm says vendors and HIEs are making headway with information sharing but providers face a learning curve in using outside data.
By Diana Manos 02:11 pm February 21, 2019
The report from the agency's Health Information Technology Advisory Committee shows that patient engagement and cybersecurity will also be big parts of its agenda going forward.

Elise Sweeney Anthony, director of the ONC Office of Policy (seen, center, at HIMSS19) said ONC will not be extend the comment period on the proposed rule, because it's important to move as quickly as possible toward a final rule.

By Diana Manos 12:11 pm February 21, 2019
They'll focus on info blocking, certification requirements, standards for voluntary pediatric health IT certification and the new U.S. Core Data for Interoperability proposal.

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