Drucker Institute: 22 most effectively managed healthcare companies

Twenty-two healthcare companies made the Management Top 250, a ranking compiled by the Drucker Institute.

The ranking is based on a holistic measure of corporate effectiveness that was developed by the Drucker Institute, a part of Claremont (Calif.) Graduate University. The ranking is based on the following five categories: customer satisfaction, employee engagement and development, innovation, social responsibility, and financial strength.

The ranking, first published in December, reflects the core principles of late business guru Peter Drucker.

Here are the healthcare and life sciences companies that made the Management Top 250, accompanied by their overall rank:

1. Johnson & Johnson — 4

2. Eli Lilly & Co. — 42

3. Merck & Co. — 44

4. Bristol-Myers Squibb — 47

5. Edwards Lifesciences — 57

5. Pfizer — 57

7. Amgen — 62

8. Biogen — 81

9. AbbVie — 88

10. Becton, Dickenson & Co. — 124

11. Abbott Laboratories — 129

12. Cardinal Health —134

13. Gilead Sciences — 143

14. Varian Medical Systems — 163

15. Baxter International — 171

16. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals — 179

17. Celgene — 185

18. McKesson — 210

19. Boston Scientific ­— 216

20. CVS Health — 218

20. Thermo Fisher Scientific — 218

22. IQVIA Holdings — 227

Access additional information on the metrics used for the ranking here.

Access the full ranking here.

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