Wolters Kluwer Health announced today that its ranking on the The Healthcare Informatics 100 rose two spots to #21 on the 2018 list, which ranked technology companies based on 2017 health IT revenues in the U.S. This marks the third consecutive year the global provider of trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions has climbed in the rankings and its seventh consecutive appearance on the high-profile list.
“The Healthcare Informatics 100 is widely recognized as the authoritative compendium of the industry’s leading technology companies. It is an honor to be included in the top 25, and validates Wolters Kluwer Health’s sustained focus on equipping clinicians, researchers, students and other healthcare professionals with the tools they need to address healthcare’s most pressing issues,” said Diana Nole, CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health. “By delivering advanced clinical technology, artificial intelligence innovations and evidence-based solutions, Wolters Kluwer drives more informed care decisions and streamlines workflows, helping to eliminate care variability, improve quality and outcomes, and reduce costs for healthcare organizations and patients.”
“More than just a list, The Healthcare Informatics 100 is an absolute indicator of which companies are solving issues in the U.S. healthcare industry—and doing it at scale,” said Rich Tomko, Vice President and Managing Director of Healthcare Informatics. “The more interesting part of this list is understanding exactly what issues they are solving and how.”
The Healthcare Informatics 100 ranking is one of several prestigious recognitions for Wolters Kluwer Health in the first half of 2018. The list of awards includes:
- Two Omega NorthFace ScoreBoard Award™ for excellence in customer service and satisfaction
- 34 American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASHPE) awards, including Publication of the Year
- 2018 SIIA CODiE Award finalist