Diana Nole is the CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health, a leading global provider of trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions that engage clinicians, patients, researchers, students and the next generation of healthcare providers with advanced clinical decision support, learning and research, and clinical intelligence. Wolters Kluwer Health solutions support more than 2.5 million clinicians in 187 countries and educate over 1 million medical and nursing students
Under Diana’s direction, research and development investments leverage the latest technologies including artificial intelligence to deliver innovative solutions that improve the quality and cost of healthcare, specifically focused on: user experience, decision support, disease detection, advanced workflows, and analytics. Her approach as CEO for Wolters Kluwer is to focus on the customer, drive a sense of urgency and execute on plans.
Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer Health, Diana served as President of Carestream’s Medical Digital division, a global leader in medical imaging systems. Under Diana’s leadership, the breakthrough wireless x-ray detector, DRX-1, and mobile x-ray solution, DRX-Revolution, were introduced and gained market leadership positions. During her tenure, Carestream’s healthcare IT solutions also received “Best in KLAS” designations and the company was chosen as vendor of choice by large, prestigious global healthcare providers across the globe. A nice recognition and acknowledgement by customers that these solutions had a true and meaningful impact.
She has held a number of executive positions and is a passionate leader behind many healthcare technology innovations. Her view of the rapid evolution of technology is not one of a challenge but, rather, a chance to unlock new opportunities.
Diana holds an MBA from the William E. Simon Business School and a B.A. degree with Magna Cum Laude honors in Computer Science and Mathematics from the State University of New York. In addition, Diana is currently a Board Trustee of St. John Fisher College, recently appointed their first female Vice Chair, a Board Director of ESL Federal Credit Union and a Board Director and Chair of the Audit committee of the life sciences company, Clinical Ink.