Diana Manos

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

Blackberry HIMSS Analytics
By Diana Manos 09:22 am November 29, 2018
BlackBerry will help hospitals use INFRAM to assess vulnerabilities and identify options for strengthening their infrastructures, the companies said.
AI voice assistant

Mycrosft's open source Mark II voice assistant will be available next month. 

By Diana Manos 01:34 pm November 28, 2018
Mycroft is pitching its new platform as more secure and customizable than voice assistants currently on the market.
national AI strategy
By Diana Manos 12:29 pm November 28, 2018
Center for Data Innovation says failing to craft an artificial intelligence plan will make America less competitive around the globe, slow economic growth and inhibit progress.
cloud infrastructure apps
By Diana Manos 12:36 pm November 27, 2018
CIO Mike Zahigian says moving to the cloud will enable Amgen to create innovative apps for serving patients.
HHS

Photo by Mark Wilson, Getty Images

By Diana Manos 12:44 pm November 26, 2018
Initiative will bring together venture capitalists, startups and government officials, Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan said.
AI radiology
By Diana Manos 01:09 pm November 20, 2018
Company says M*Modal Fluency for Imaging will offer clinical intelligence in the reporting workflow.
ECRI mental health
By Diana Manos 11:07 am November 19, 2018
There is a small market for software that combines physical and mental health data hospitals can use to better understand threats before an incident occurs.
IT technicians
By Diana Manos 09:35 am November 19, 2018
Here’s a look at what security experts think about the controversial issue.
digital transformation
By Diana Manos 11:28 am November 16, 2018
Researchers pinpointed five main points of failure for digital transformation plans.
hacking breaches
By Diana Manos 09:59 am November 16, 2018
While the number of overall data breaches is down, incidents involving 100 million or more records continue to be a concern, a new report found.

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