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Wolters Kluwer appoints Harish Ramachandran as Country Head – India and SAARC, for Clinical Effectiveness division

22 February 2021 | News

In his current role, Ramachandran will be responsible for building upon the businesses that cater to the critical aspects of quality care through clinical effectiveness. He will also be navigating through the healthcare delivery centres across India and its neighbouring countries to sensitise and support business for evidence-based medicine, with the application of the best and latest knowledge pool for clinicians across public and private hospitals

Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions, has appointed Harish Ramachandran as Country Head – India and SAARC, for the Clinical Effectiveness division. Prior to his appointment at Wolters Kluwer, Harish was heading Connected Care at Philips, Africa, in the capacity of Business, Marketing and Sales Lead. He has extensively worked in the medical equipment space and has held various senior leadership roles at Philips India and also has an experience of working with GE Healthcare in the past.

Ramachandran’s appointment will be instrumental in understanding the inter-disciplinary dynamics and strategies going forward for Wolters Kluwer.

In his current role, Ramachandran will be responsible for building upon the businesses that cater to the critical aspects of quality care through clinical effectiveness. He will also be navigating through the healthcare delivery centres across India and its neighbouring countries to sensitise and support business for evidence-based medicine, with the application of the best and latest knowledge pool for clinicians across public and private hospitals.

Speaking on his appointment, Ramachandran said, “I am thrilled to be a part of a team that is working relentlessly to bring a paradigm shift in healthcare delivery through advanced technologies and services. Wolters Kluwer is committed to providing evidence-based learning process which acts as a crucial tool in decision-making for clinicians to empower medical services for better patient outcomes. I look forward to continuing to drive that vision with a holistic approach to help align decision making across care teams and patients, enabling more consistent and cost-effective care.”

Harish holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration programme from Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning and has pursued his graduation in Microbiology from Bangalore University.

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