Diana Manos is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer with specialties in healthcare, technology, politics and policy.
By Diana Manos 03:56 pm May 30, 2014
The Veterans Administration, once again under nationwide scrutiny, is overwhelmed with deflecting both internal and external finger pointing, for now. At some point, however, the energy is going to have to be turned toward pinpointing exactly what the problem is and how to fix it.
By Diana Manos 10:05 am May 20, 2014
I just spent three long days covering the open public forum on the FDASIA report. Federal officials, at the end, said they got from the meeting exactly what they were hoping to get: feedback.
By Diana Manos 08:35 am May 19, 2014
There were tons of comments and ideas thrown on the table during last week's brainstorming session. But who will sort it all out? And how much of it is usable?
By Diana Manos 04:17 pm May 08, 2014
Justin Barnes, a fixture of the healthcare IT sphere, has announced he will be leaving Greenway Health for new opportunities, but he will still be involved in the industry.
By Diana Manos 02:25 pm May 01, 2014
What some industry insiders are calling a political war has payers and providers reeling, wondering how to proceed in the face of uncertainty.
By Diana Manos 12:16 pm April 04, 2014
Bradley Merrill Thompson shares his top conclusions from the new report that will inform Congress on the needs of health IT regulation.
By Diana Manos 01:59 pm March 05, 2014
With more than 50 percent of physicians and 80 percent of hospitals having adopted electronic health records and achieved some measure of meaningful use, the great promise of digitizing the U.S. healthcare system lies ahead.
By Diana Manos 11:43 am February 28, 2014
It would be impossible to write a fair depiction of all the action and interaction going on at HIMSS14 on the show floor. But here's a tiny snapshot.
By Diana Manos 10:40 pm February 23, 2014
The Orlando Conference Center hummed today with anticipation as the pre-conference die-hards enjoyed the halls to themselves.