Diana Nole
Diana joined Nuance in June 2020 as the executive vice president and general manager of Nuance’s Healthcare division, which is focused on improving the overall physician-patient experience through cutting-edge AI technology applications. She is responsible for all business operations, growth and innovation strategy, product development, and partner and customer relationships. Over the course of her career, Diana has held numerous executive and leadership roles, serving as the CEO of Wolter Kluwers’ Healthcare division, president of Carestream’s Digital Medical Solutions business, and vice president of strategy, product management, and marketing for Eastman Kodak’s Healthcare Information Technology Solutions business. Diana has dual degrees in Computer Science and Math from the State University of New York at Potsdam and earned her MBA from the University of Rochester’s Simon School.

Diana Nole’s stories

Patient misidentification – solutions are insight

In 2007, The World Health Organization (WHO) published an article on the importance of accurate patient identification. Patient misidentification, they wrote, is the “root cause of many errors,” including the prescription of incorrect medication, flawed transfusions, testing errors, wrong person procedures, and the discharge of infants to the wrong families. To mitigate misidentification, the WHO […]

TechCares: how we rise to challenges defines us

When faced with serious, unexpected challenges, it’s natural for any of us as individuals to first ask, “What do I do?” But as members of multiple personal and professional communities, the single most important question we need to ask ourselves and those around us is: “How can we help?” That was the question that dominated […]

Keeping patients front and center with telehealth and ambient intelligence “helpers”

Since the pandemic took hold in the U.S., much has been written about the impact on patient volumes and disruption to preventative health and chronic disease management. The disruption causes concern for conditions that might go untreated but also indicates that patients are “probably seeking alternative levels of care for less acute things that they […]

The critical importance of keeping patients front and center in the healthcare IT space

Healthcare systems need technology to help address burnout, capture appropriate reimbursement, and support telehealth efforts. Accordingly, developers large and small are clamoring to capture a share of a healthcare IT market expected to top $390 billion by 2024. The field is rife with innovation, opportunity, and promises of enabling healthcare organizations to do more with […]