Wolters Kluwer announces today the appointment of Diana Nole as CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health starting in September. The Health division is a leading global provider of information, business intelligence, and point-of-care solutions for the healthcare industry.
Wolters Kluwer appoints Diana Nole as new CEO for its Health division
Ms. Nole will report to Nancy McKinstry, CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of Wolters Kluwer, and succeeds Mr. Robert Becker, who retired in May, 2015.
Nancy McKinstry commented, "I am excited to welcome Diana to Wolters Kluwer. As a seasoned leader of a larger healthcare solutions provider, she will bring great experience to our company. Diana has a very strong background in healthcare IT coupled with deep insights into customer needs and industry trends. Diana will be leading our next evolution of delivering solutions to our customers, fully benefitting from emerging technologies."
Ms. Nole most recently served as President for the Digital Medical Solutions Division of Carestream Health. In that role, she oversaw all operations for the $1 billion provider of healthcare equipment, software and services with R&D sites globally. She led the successful integration of acquisitions which boosted the breadth and depth of the portfolio. The product development activities under her direction, delivered break through products with substantial customer workflow improvements, resulting in significant revenue growth and #1 customer satisfaction ratings.
"I look forward to joining Wolters Kluwer" said Ms. Nole. "Its mission to deliver tailored solutions to health professionals is compelling. The strong portfolio of products and services, in combination with leading product brands, provides a great platform for accelerating growth and contributes to improving healthcare globally."
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