Nearly half a trillion dollars — $421 billion to be exact — that’s how much the world’s 100 largest medical device companies brought in over the past year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
That’s one of the big takeaways from the Big 100, MassDevice and Medical Design & Outsourcing‘s annual analysis of the worlds’ 100 largest medtech companies. (Check out the full Big 100 rankings here.)
Aggregate revenue for approximately 100 of the largest medical technology companies dropped 1.2% in 2020 compared to 2019. But that’s not bad considering that the worst pandemic in a century was taking place, sparking a global recession in its wake.
Some medtech businesses that played critical roles fighting the pandemic — such as 3M’s Health Care segment and Hologic — even saw revenues increase and rose in the Big 100 rankings as a result.Check out the full Big 100 rankings here>>