Wolters Kluwer is closely monitoring
developments with respect to COVID-19, including information and guidance published
by healthcare authorities around the globe. Per our business continuity plans, we activated our corporate and local
incident management teams and they are responsible for guiding our response to
the evolving situation.
Based on this guidance, all Wolters Kluwer employees have been informed to prepare for working from home. Our priority during this time is to be proactive regarding the health and well-being of our employees, customers and partners. In addition, we have restricted non-essential travel for our employees and are adhering to guidance from the World Health Organization on self-quarantine and testing guidelines. We are in regular communication with our teams, keeping them updated on evolving situations in their locations and any associated adjustments we need to make.
This is a challenging time for everyone, and we recognize the pressure that healthcare professionals and researchers globally are facing in addressing this evolving healthcare situation. As a valued customer, we want to reassure you that our teams are here to support you, while being flexible in how we’re working together remotely during this time. Additionally, we want to reinforce that we have resiliency built into our systems and processes to ensure the reliability of our products and solutions.
We know that now more than ever, healthcare practitioners and researchers need access to the latest evidence-based resources to help them make informed decisions on patient care. To help, Wolters Kluwer has a dedicated resource page where you can find a range of curated information and resources from our product portfolio that we have opened access to for the medical community during this time. We’re updating these pages regularly with new resources, so please bookmark the links and share with your colleagues and patrons.Our Customer Support team is available to assist you with any questions. Contact us at [email protected]