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The 86 Best Employers for Women in Healthcare, According to Forbes


Forbes on Tuesday released its list of “America’s Best Employers for Womenin 2022, highlighting leading healthcare companies that are “supporting women inside and outside of their workforce.”

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About the list

For the classification, Forbes worked with a market research company Statistical to gather data from a survey of 50,000 American employees – including 30,000 women and 20,000 men – working for companies with at least 1,000 workers. All survey responses remained anonymous to encourage respondents to freely share their opinions.

Respondents were asked to rate their organizations on several criteria, including working conditions, diversity, and the likelihood that they would recommend their employer.

Then, the women surveyed were asked to rate their employers on several additional criteria, including parental leave, discrimination, and pay equity. Respondents were also asked to name organizations from other industries.

Forbes also considered female representation at executive and board levels in each organization’s final score.

The final list includes 400 companies in 24 sectors. The lists include healthcare employers in several categories, including “drugs and biotechnology”, “health and social care”, “health care equipment and services” and “insurance”.

This year, Tampa General Hospital (TGH) won first place on Forbes‘ List of “Best Employers for Women”.

According to Forbes, TGH has “a strong track record of promoting women to senior management and delivering benefits desired by female members of its team.”

The health system offers flexible work options, scholarships for continuing education, an emergency fund for workers in crisis, up to $600 in back-to-school supply grants per employee and free classes on the education and development of leaders.

Notably, half of TGH’s top executives and 70% of its senior vice presidents are women, nearly double the average for other health systems, according to a researcher. recent report of McKinsey and Bend over.

Top Healthcare Employers for Women

Thirty-five organizations, of which 24 Advisory Board members – made a list of the best “health and social” employers for women, including:

1. Tampa General Hospital* (Tampa, Florida)

ten. MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX)

14. Home help (Chicago, Ill.)

20. UCLA Health* (Los Angeles, CA)

21. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center* (Dallas, TX)

31. University of Utah Health Care* (Salt Lake City, UT)

33. Scripps Health* (San Diego, CA)

37. Cincinnati kids (Cincinnati, Ohio)

41. University of Rochester Medical Center* (Rochester, NY)

42. AHRC New York (New York, NY)

45. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute* (Boston, MA)

54. CHRISTUS Health (Irving, TX)

56. Baptiste Health Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida)

66. Duke University Health System* (Durham, North Carolina)

67. HealthPartners (Bloomington, Minnesota)

85. American Red Cross (Washington DC)

89. penn medicine* (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

91. Sutter Health* (Sacramento, CA)

92. Colorado Children’s Hospital (Aurora, CO)

94. OhioHealth* (Columbus, Ohio)

96. Franciscan Health* (Mishawaka, IN)

99. The University of Kansas Health System* (Kansas City, KS)

104. University of Mississippi Medical Center* (Jackson, MS)

106. UF Health* (Jacksonville, Florida)

115. MaineHealth* (Portland, ME)

116. Inova Health System* (Church Falls, Virginia)

121. NYU Langone Health (New York, NY)

125. Saint Luke Kansas City Health System* (Kansas City, Missouri)

128. Permanent Kaiser* (Oakland, CA)

132. UC Health* (Aurora, CO)

140. health first* (Rockledge, Florida)

142. Baylor Scott and White Health* (Dallas, TX)

158. National Children’s Hospital* (Columbus, Ohio)

163. Ronald McDonald House Artworks (Chicago, IL)

164. Philadelphia Children’s Hospital* (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

* Refers to a member of the advisory board

In addition, 13 healthcare equipment and service companies were on the list, including 8 advisory board members.

24. McKesson (Irving, TX)

28. Medline Industries* (Northfield, IL)

95. Teladoc Health* (Purchase, NY)

178. Allscripts Healthcare Solutions* (Chicago, Ill.)

255. IDEXX Laboratories (Westbrook, ME)

270. stryker* (Kalamazoo, MI)

286. Becton Dickinson (Franklin Lakes, New Jersey)

301. Baxter International (Deerfield, IL)

366. Abbott Laboratories* (Chicago, IL)

372. Quest Diagnosis* (Secaucus, New Jersey)

373. Phillips* (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

375. Cardinal Health* (Dublin, Ohio)

391. Care Centrix (Tampa, Florida)

* Refers to a member of the advisory board

Twenty companies from the drug and biotechnology industry were also on the list, including 11 advisory board members.

seven. Astra Zeneca* (Cambridge, UK)

35. Novo Nordisk* (Bagsværd, Denmark)

64. Sanofi* (Paris, France)

68. Pfizer* (New York, NY)

93. Merck & Co.* (Kenilworth, New Jersey)

122. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (Tarytown, NY)

135. Bayer* (Leverkusen, Germany)

144. Amgen (Thousand Oaks, California)

171. Bristol Myers Squibb* (New York, NY)

173. Argonne National Laboratory (Lemont, IL)

181. Lily (Indianapolis, IN)

199. Johnson & Johnson* (New Brunswick, NJ)

209. AbbVie* (North of Chicago, Illinois)

214. GlaxoSmithKline (Middlesex, UK)

236. ARUP Laboratories (Salt Lake City, UT)

242. Boehringer Ingelheim* (Ridgefield, Connecticut)

243. Griffols (Barcelona, ​​Spain)

256. Gilead Sciences (Foster City, CA)

264. Novartis* (Basel, Switzerland)

371. Thermo Fisher Scientific (Waltham, Massachusetts)

* Refers to a member of the advisory board

Forbes also recognized 18 health insurance companies, including 5 Advisory Board members.

12. Tennessee BlueCross BlueShield (Chattanooga, TN)

29. Guardian Life Ins. From America (New York, NY)

34. BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina (Colombia, South Carolina)

50. Omaha Mutual (Omaha, NE)

57. New York life (New York, NY)

107. Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Little Rock, AK)

130. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska (Omaha, NE)

161. humane* (Louisville, Kentucky)

166. Tufts Health Plan (Watertown, Massachusetts)

210. Florida Blue* (Jacksonville, Florida)

223. The Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut)

233. Health care service company (Chicago, Ill.)

246. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina* (Durham, North Carolina)

268. Massachusetts Blue Cross Blue Shield (Boston, MA)

276. Delta Dental of California and Affiliates (San Francisco, CA)

306. Highmark Health* (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

352. UnitedHealth Group* (Minnetonka, MN)

356. Assuring (New York, NY)

Advisory Board is a subsidiary of Optimum, a division of UnitedHealth Group. All of the advisory committee’s research, expert views and recommendations remain independent.

* Refers to a member of the advisory board

(Ennis, Forbes, 7/26 [1]; Ennis, Forbes, 7/26 [2])