Global Digital Health 100 has named the top health technology product companies in the world. An expert jury made the hard choices. On the list you’ll find heavy-hitters such as Philips Healthcare and Janssen’s Care4Today, side by side with Ayogo, and other emerging leaders.
Ayogo was not the only Canadian company to make the list. With nine Canadian health technology companies on this year’s list, it shows that Canadian companies are strong performers globally when it comes to healthcare technology innovation. The Global Digital Health 100 selection process follows 6 months of research. The final selection was made by the editorial and advisory team at the Journal of mHealth. Awardees represent 14 different companies.
I’m tremendously proud that Ayogo has once again been named to the Global Digital Health 100. Even as competition and innovation are accelerating, Ayogo continues to remain at the forefront of our field. This is a testament to the talent and dedication of our incredible team and the confidence and support we receive from our customers, partners, and investors.”
– Michael Fergusson, CEO
The judges analyzed 10 different quantitative and qualitative evaluation metrics. These included disruptive impact; proof of concept; innovation; social value; effectiveness; execution of strategy; and industry integration. The 100 companies that made the cut because they also had the capacity to be disruptive in improving healthcare at scale. The judging criteria allowed innovative start-ups to be compared alongside health technology products of established and larger organizations.
The editorial and advisory team at The Journal of mHealth consider products and innovations from companies the world over. If you know of a company that you feel should be considered for the Global Digital Health 100 in 2017, let them know.
View the full 2016 Global Digital Health 100 Award List