Vikram Savkar is Executive Vice President and General Manager of Compliance Solutions, a business unit of Wolters Kluwer Financial & Corporate Compliance.

In his role, Vikram oversees a successful, growing business within Wolters Kluwer noted for its product innovation, technology advancements, and unparalleled domain expertise. The business is dedicated to helping financial institutions efficiently manage risk and regulatory compliance obligations, while gaining the insights needed to focus on better serving their customers and growing their business.

Vikram joined Wolters Kluwer in 2012 as Vice President and General Manager of the company’s Legal & Regulatory division, helping accelerate the growth of its international legal business. In 2019, he joined Wolters Kluwer’s Health division as Senior Vice President and General Manager, where he was most recently responsible for the Medicine Segment of the Health Learning, Research & Practice business. During this time, Vikram oversaw product innovations that advanced the digital evolution of information and productivity solutions for medical researchers, clinicians, medical students, and faculty to inform evidence-based decisions on care and outcomes.

Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, he held senior positions at Nature Publishing Group and Pearson Education. He has undergraduate degrees in physics and classics from Harvard University.

External Media

Academic publishers should embrace AI - The Bookseller, June 8, 2023
Generative AI’s Business Impact Will Be Slow, Then Slow, Then Big - Technology Networks, March 30, 2023
GPT-4 Is Here. How Can Doctors Use Generative AI Now? - MedPage Today, March 20, 2023
3D Virtual Simulation Helps Medical Students Diagnose, Treat Patients - MPO Magazine, March 20, 2023
Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center & Sentara Healthcare Implement Clinical Quality Improvement Solution From Wolters Kluwer - AiThority, March 10, 2023
Breaking Down Paywalls to Accelerate Research Powered by AI - BioSpace, Feb. 16, 2023
Chefs de Cuisine: Perspectives from Publishing's Top Table - Scholarly Kitchen, Feb. 13, 2023
Open medicine in today’s research landscape - Research Information, Feb. 7, 2023
17 Executive Hospital/Health System Predictions to Watch in 2023 - HIT Consultant, Jan. 12, 2023
Real-world evidence helps accelerate research: Wolters Kluwer Health - Outsourcing-Pharma, Sept. 12, 2022
Quality Improvement: Eliminating the Silo Effect in Healthcare Organizations - Knowledge Speak, July 5, 2022
What Healthcare Organizations Need to Know: Operational Requirements on the Backend Make Telehealth Work on the Frontend - HIMSS/Healthcare Finance News, June 14, 2022
How hospitals should approach quality improvement in a post-Covid-19 world - MedCity News, April 25, 2022
6 ways healthcare technology may lead to improved care in 2022 - Acceleration Economy Network, Jan. 7, 2022
Ushering in open science: Will COVID-19 forever change research and development? - The Boston Globe, Dec. 7, 2021
Ensuring high quality virtual care requires telehealth training for clinicians - Electronic Health Reporter, Aug. 30, 2021
How COVID-19 changed medical research - Electronic Health Reporter, July 27, 2021
Vikram Savkar of Wolters Kluwer: “Digital therapeutics” - Thrive Global, June 1, 2021
Telehealth Best Practices: How To Best Care For Your Patients When They Are Not Physically In Front Of You - Authority Magazine, May 19, 2021
Transforming the healthcare workforce begins in medical school - Student Doctor Network, Apr. 22, 2021
What can we do to ensure the long-term value of digital learning curriculums? - Education IT Reporter, Feb. 26, 2021

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