Our Mission drives us to make our products available to the people who need them — whoever and wherever they are. Medtronic develops healthcare solutions to address global healthcare challenges, reaching people around the globe in ways that reflect market needs and priorities. Focusing on efficient, integrated care, we collaborate with others in healthcare to address the whole patient journey — from awareness, prevention, and diagnosis, to treatment, therapy optimization, and long-term management. But millions still lack access to essential treatment.
Together with partners around the world, we aim to improve clinical and economic outcomes by sharing our technology, services, and resources to reduce barriers to affordable care, strengthen healthcare infrastructure, and build capacity — particularly in the treatment of chronic, noncommunicable diseases. We do this through technology innovation, rethinking traditional business and payment models, and improving healthcare delivery.
In FY19, our products and services made a global impact — improving the lives of more than 75 million people around the world. We developed affordable, sustainable healthcare models based on value, outcomes, and efficiency. We worked to enhance the patient experience and improve accuracy of treatment by harnessing automation and connectivity. We tested promising innovations using rigorous clinical trials to establish safety and effectiveness.
In FY19, Medtronic:
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The Power of Purpose — Adding Value to Society
The pandemic didn’t force us to reimagine patient care. That was always the plan.
Unexpected Partners Join Forces in Fight Against COVID-19.
Medtronic technology helps healthcare professionals and patients adapt.
New remote monitoring solutions allow health systems to evaluate and monitor COVID-19 patients, virtually.
Collaboration provides timely, advanced care to critically ill patients in Tijuana.
The facility will focus on expanding expertise, providing innovative training, and improving the local healthcare industry in rural parts of the country.
More clinics and hospitals are using telemedicine to connect patients to care when every second counts.