• Data deluge and its captivating features have not sidelined any domain dealt by humans. In the way of indulging Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare industry, Healthcare has become a prime candidate for making use of data. When Medical care software and technology have made patients equal partners with their caregivers, it has sourced monumental changes in terms of patient recovery and bettering health. Patient monitoring which starts before the procedure and stands by a couple of months after the procedure is another benefit to hold on. Finally, it serves a new concept, Do it yourself (DIY), which invariably aids medical professionals to focus more on patient instead of spending time narrowing pertinent information. Responding to the new levels of medical care and explaining how it prescribes patient customization, Dr. Bertalan Meskó, medical futurist and author of The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology and the Human Touch says, “The Smartphone will be the hub of the future of medicine, serving as a health-medical dashboard.” He states the increasing value of wearable technology, Smartphone-linked devices and mobile apps in care delivery. Even if healthcare is moving beyond hospitals and shifting towards patient self knowledge, focus on accountability, quality outcomes and affordability remains inevitable. Healthcare information systems heighten transparency leaving privacy as a major concern. Healthcare alliances are also aware of interoperability limiting their ability to transfer data from one medical center to another. Essentially, it slows down the transfer of information about patients, which can create dangerous gaps in delivering care. While there are versatile solutions in demand, we present to you the top “20 most promising medical technology companies” which has been delivering high quality care. A distinguished panel comprising of CEO’s, CIO’s, industry analysts and CIOReview editorial team scrutinized various companies before finalizing the Top 20 names.