• No matter how hard regulations and the complexity of human biology makes innovating in medicine challenging, the pace of innovation in healthcare is amazingly fast. Information technology, nanotechnology, cloud connectivity, deep learning, Smartphone access and personalized medicine are all rapidly integrating. Similar is the enthusiasm around wearables, trackers and remote monitoring; and there’s enormous potential for device data to impact the delivery of care in ways that benefit both patient and provider. However, while opening up new areas of innovation, the IoT  also brings technical challenges for medical device developers. Collecting, securely managing, and making sense of the vast amounts of data that sensors in IoT-enabled devices gather is a herculean task. Moreover, owing to the sensitivity of the information, special care will have to be taken to securely transmit and store data in the cloud, and to avoid breaches. Along the same lines, the operant on the frontlines of care delivery have struggled with software that’s hard to use, difficult and downright frustrating. The biggest culprit for poor user experiences in healthcare software has to do with the enterprise purchasing process. Often, vendors build for buyers who aren’t the end users. Understanding this conundrum, CIOReview brings to you a list of ‘20 Most Promising Medical Technology Solution Providers’ who have created a niche for themselves in the market by showcasing an extensive array of accomplished buyer-value products with consumer-grade user experiences. Having being closely scrutinized by a distinct panel of judges including CEOs, CIOs, CXO, analysts and CIOReview editorial board,  these vendors can  be rest assured to help their clients level up the game.