Frost & Sullivan Radar Ranks Wolters Kluwer as a Top 20 AI Innovation Leader in Healthcare IT
Wolters Kluwer, Health, a leading global provider of trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions, is recognized by Frost & Sullivan as a Frost Radar™ global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare IT. The independent analysis evaluated a field of more than 200 healthcare IT companies and ranked Wolters Kluwer among the top 20 for continuous innovation and growth focusing on areas where AI solutions are most relevant for hospitals, physicians and payers.
“In a market forecasted to reach more than $34 billion globally by 2025, Wolters Kluwer is one of the top growth performers in AI for healthcare IT and poised to move higher on the Radar”
“In a market forecasted to reach more than $34 billion globally by 2025, Wolters Kluwer is one of the top growth performers in AI for healthcare IT and poised to move higher on the Radar,” commented Koustav Chatterjee, report author and analyst for Frost & Sullivan’s Global Transformational Health team. “In innovation metrics, Wolters Kluwer delivered remarkable results at scale for both payers and providers.”
Wolters Kluwer is coupling the expansive knowledge of its trusted clinical experts with impactful AI solutions that target complex problems in healthcare. According to the Frost report, the top-right Radar positioning of Wolters Kluwer, adjacent to well-recognized tech giants, highlights its superior deep learning and NLP capabilities, and showcases how Wolters Kluwer is reimagining predictive clinical surveillance.
A Global Powerhouse for AI in Healthcare
Frost & Sullivan forecasts Wolters Kluwer will expand its AI-enabled healthcare IT footprint, “working closely with large health systems, government agencies, and leading start-ups from Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia in the next 2 to 3 years.” Frost sees growth from “healthcare stakeholders with the need and incentive to embrace full-fledged AI to improve clinical efficacy, augment financial performance, and streamline operational agility.”