Advantech makes Top 100 Healthcare IT list in US

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Wednesday, 11 July, 2018

Advantech makes Top 100 Healthcare IT list in US

Intelligent healthcare solutions provider Advantech has landed a spot in the 2018 Healthcare Informatics 100 list ­— a comprehensive ranking of the top healthcare information technology companies operating in the United States, based on healthcare IT revenues from the most recent fiscal year.

With over 30 years of experience in medical computing, design and manufacturing facilities that are FDA registered and ISO13485 and ISO9001 certified, Advantech was pleased but not surprised to be ranked among the top contributors. The company states that it is a supplier to the majority of the top 50 medical device manufacturers, as well as countless hospitals, caregivers and patients worldwide.

The 2018 Healthcare Informatics 100 list features a wealth of data on participating companies, including healthcare IT revenue, senior executives, markets served, specific product category revenue percentages and much more. The 100 companies that made the list in 2017 posted annual revenues ranging from US$65 million to US$7.3 billion.

For the companies included in this year’s list, annual revenues range from US$69 million to US$8.1 billion. The entire Healthcare Informatics 100 list and accompanying company data and charts are available to view here.

“Our impact in the healthcare domain would not be possible without our impressive roster of employees, customers and partners,” commented Clay Fazio, Product Director of ODM Development at Advantech. “We work relentlessly to co-create innovative healthcare information technology solutions that enable more intelligent platforms.”

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