The medical device industry saw even more consolidation over the past year, as evidenced by Medical Design & Outsourcing‘s newest Big 100 list.
It used to be that a company had to have at least $100 million in annual revenue to make it on the list. This time around, No. 100 on the list is EDAP (Vaulx-en-Velin, France) with the equivalent of $40.4 million in revenue. All the while, the frenzy of mergers and acquisitions makes for a dynamic list.
Today, we’re going to count down Nos. 20–11 on the list. First thing Thursday, we’ll post the top 10.
Read on to find out important information about the medtech’s largest companies.
The Big 100 is a team effort by almost our entire medical content team staff. Assistant editor Danielle Kirsh, executive editor Brad Perriello, senior editor Nancy Crotti, managing editor Chris Newmarker, associate editor Fink Densford and associate editor Sarah Faulkner contributed to this report. Data comes from companies’ annual reports and other publicly disclosed information, with attempts to contact companies for additional information.
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