The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2022. The awardees on this year’s list represent the absolute best in the healthcare technology space. From companies like Novartis with more than 100,000 team members around the globe, to numerous smaller startups with just a few dozen employees in a single office, these companies are changing the face of the industry. They are leveraging their considerable talent to find innovative solutions to the most pressing issues in healthcare, and they are saving countless lives and extending healthspans in the process.
Some of this year’s awardees include Hologic, whose growth across breast and skeletal health, diagnostic solutions, and GYN surgical solutions is driven by the clinically proven ability of its products to detect, diagnose, and treat illnesses and other health conditions earlier and better; Integra LifeSciences, which offers a broad portfolio of products and solutions for dural access and repair, cerebral spinal fluid management, and neuro-critical care; and Axtria, whose best-in-class cloud-based analytics platforms have leveraged AI and machine learning to help life sciences operators make the most of their data for the benefit of their clients.
The top 100 companies this year represent a range of specialties, from genomics to pharmaceuticals, lab testing, therapeutics, data analysis, and much more. What they have in common is the impact they are having on patients’ lives, whether through direct treatment or by providing advanced, game-changing products and services to treatment providers. They are driving the industry forward and creating an environment in which better care for all is possible. Please join us in celebrating The Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2022.
As one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, Novartis has continued to break new ground in delivering innovative medical solutions to almost 1 billion people around the world. It employs approximately 125,000 individuals in its international offices and production facilities, most notably from its headquarters in Basel, Switzerland and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Novartis was born out of the 1996 merger of Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz, and the new company quickly grew to push the boundaries of achievement in cancer-fighting drugs and other essential pharmaceutical products. The company has attracted a great deal of praise from industry and civil organizations for the benefits of its generic drugs, which have been praised by the Access to Medicine Index for widening access to medicine among underserved populations. Amid a difficult period for multinationals, Novartis has shown impressive growth in its major brands, and its continued developments in multiple sclerosis treatments have been met with international acclaim.
Category: Medical Devices
Michigan-based medtech company Stryker is recognized as an industry leader in the field, designing and manufacturing devices used in hospitals and care facilities in more than 100 countries. Stryker’s main offerings are divided into the segments Orthopedics, MedSurg, and Neurotechnology and Spine, the latter of which has seen groundbreaking advances in recent years. Boasting more than 46,000 employees around the world, the company