17 most innovative healthcare companies, as ranked by InformationWeek

InformationWeek has released its latest ranking of the country's most innovative users of business technology, and 17 healthcare companies made the list.

The list highlights the IT practices of some of the most innovative organizations in the country across industries including logistics and transportation, manufacturing, government, media, energy and utilities, insurance, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, distribution, and healthcare and medical, among others.

Here are the healthcare and medical companies included on the 22nd iteration of the list.

No. 4: University of Pennsylvania Health System (Philadelphia)
No. 15: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
No. 19: Virtual Radiologic (Eden Prairie, Minn.)
No. 22: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
No. 23: Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City)
No. 31: H.D. Smith (Springfield)
No. 32: Florida Hospital (Altamonte Springs)
No. 35: Sanford Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
No. 45: UPMC (Pittsburgh)
No. 50: Children's Health (Dallas)
No. 55: St. Peter's Healthcare System (New Brunswick, N.J.)
No. 61: Mercy Technology Services (St. Louis)
No. 68: Humana (Louisville, Ky.)
No. 69: McKesson (San Francisco)
No. 72: Carolinas HealthCare System (Charlotte, N.C.)
No. 73: University of Chicago Medicine
No. 95: Cancer Treatment Centers of America (Boca Raton, Fla.)

Note: An earlier version of this article outlined the healthcare winners of InformationWeek's 2015 list. The article has been updated to reflect the 2016 list. We regret the error.

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