Diana Manos

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

infusion pump
By Diana Manos 02:53 pm January 30, 2019
Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council issued a new report saying infosec demands cross-sector collaboration.
By Diana Manos 04:14 pm January 29, 2019
As the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT comments period drew to a close, a number of organizations weighed in about how to improve electronic health records platforms.
By Diana Manos 02:04 pm January 28, 2019
Common usability challenges can also contribute to medical errors, the organization said.
By Diana Manos 01:20 pm January 25, 2019
As the EHR giant looks to trim its workforce with buyouts, a company spokesperson suggested that further cuts may be necessary.
Interviewing for a job.
By Diana Manos 08:54 am January 25, 2019
Many of the site’s most in-demand jobs are emerging careers in healthcare, while others are long-standing positions.
Kelly Cronin
By Diana Manos 08:53 am January 25, 2019
The first employee of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT is taking a new role in a different federal unit.
By Diana Manos 02:40 pm January 24, 2019
The organization is broadening into a single assessment tool for varying regulations around the world.
women in health IT
By Diana Manos 09:04 am January 24, 2019
Sanofi, BNP Paribas and AXA are also among the groups calling for women innovators to develop tech tools that advance access to care.
EHR tablet
By Diana Manos 02:55 pm January 22, 2019
More and more healthcare organizations are urging a broader swath of the industry to get involved driving interoperability. The latest is a Jan. 22 report from seven leading national hospital associations urging “all stakeholders” to take part.
By Diana Manos 03:16 pm January 18, 2019
The whole point of electronic health records is to facilitate the sharing of patient data, but that is still difficult, not just because interoperability hasn't been fully achieved, but also because matching patient records is still not easy to achieve – putting patients at risk

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