Patients front and center
Today, patients are the most underutilized resource in healthcare, and they want to be fully engaged in their health and care. Patients want more time, more empathy, more context, and more personalized care. When we apply AI and technology to reduce clinicians’ administrative tasks, doctors and nurses can give more to their patients – keeping the patient front and center – to improve experiences, outcomes, and lives.
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.