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TOP 100 HEALTHCARE COMPANIES

HEALTHCARE

(Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Biotechnology)

Once again, we crunch through the numbers to create a single Top 100 Healthcare Companies list from the Top 50 Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Biotechnology companies. This year we find 41 pharmaceutical companies, 44 medical device (medtech) companies, and 15 biotech companies. Johnson & Johnson remains #1, with the next four—Pfizer, Roche, Novartis and Bayer—changing positions, but still comprising the top five. The big news is a medical device company appearing on the top 10, as Medtronic (now with Covidien’s revenue) takes the #10 spot.

Pharmaceutical companies in the Top 100 continue to dominate in terms of revenue, but represent 62% for a total $720B, which is down from last year’s 68%. Revenue growth brings good news as the trends continue to be on the upswing with 78% of Top 100 revenues increasing as compared with 62% last year, and less than 50% the prior year.

Overall revenue total for the top 100 was $1.153 trillion dollars. Medical device was the big winner in growth, with 93% of the medical device companies showing an increase, 80% of the biotechs’ revenues increasing, and 60% of the pharmaceutical companies. The total revenue added by medical device was $42B, $16B by pharma and $6B by biotech.

Companies are ranked by their 2016 revenue as furnished by their annual reports and publicly available sources, Edgar and Morningstar stock information websites (figures of non-U.S. companies were converted to U.S. dollars from various currencies using end of the year exchange rates for 2016 and 2016). Companies are categorized by their predominant revenue source and their own characterization per publicly available sources.

Companies are ranked by their 2016 revenue as furnished by their annual reports and publicly available sources such as Edgar and Morningstar stock information websites. Figures of non-U.S. companies were converted to U.S. dollars from various currencies.

Companies are ranked by their 2016 revenue as furnished by their annual reports and publicly available sources such as Edgar and Morningstar stock information websites. Figures of non-U.S. companies were converted to U.S. dollars from various currencies.

Companies are ranked by their 2016 revenue as furnished by their annual reports and publicly available sources such as Edgar and Morningstar stock information websites. Figures of non-U.S. companies were converted to U.S. dollars from various currencies.

Companies are ranked by their 2016 revenue as furnished by their annual reports and publicly available sources such as Edgar and Morningstar stock information websites. Figures of non-U.S. companies were converted to U.S. dollars from various currencies.

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