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Posted February 08, 2019 09:15:01 According to a new study, the most valuable companies in the United States are almost exclusively in the entertainment, healthcare and consumer services sectors.
While the healthcare sector is the most heavily represented in the top 10, it’s the entertainment industry that is the company that’s doing the most damage, with $16 trillion of annual revenues in 2020.
The study also shows that healthcare is a highly diversified industry with nearly all of the top-10 performers in the industries represented in that sector, and those industries are concentrated in particular areas: education, health care, healthcare technology, and healthcare sales.
However, the study finds that healthcare has seen the most rapid growth in the last decade.
“As the health care industry is now in the spotlight as the leading source of new revenue growth, we expect to see the healthcare industry continue to be a highly diverse and profitable source of revenue for the foreseeable future,” said Chris Bales, President and CEO of the Center for Health Policy and Management.
According to the study, healthcare is the fastest-growing industry in the U.S. and the most diversified with more than 40% of total revenue coming from healthcare, and more than two-thirds of the total revenue comes from healthcare products and services.
Healthcare revenue was $16.2 trillion in 2020, up by $7.8 trillion from 2020.
The growth was mostly driven by increases in healthcare revenue from health insurance, the healthcare related industries and services, including prescription drugs, hospital and health care services, and physician services.
Healthcare is also a high-margin industry that generates substantial profits.
This chart shows how healthcare and the industries it represents are valued according to the 2018-2019 earnings reports for the top 100 companies in each of those industries, according to Forbes.
Read more: Healthcare’s surge in the years to come: A look at the big namesThe study looked at the annual revenue growth in healthcare and its three major sectors, with each one accounting for roughly a quarter of total healthcare revenue.
As you can see in the chart above, the total healthcare sector revenue grew from $9.4 trillion in 2015 to $17.1 trillion in 2019.
Overall, healthcare revenue grew by 2.5% over the same period, but healthcare is by far the fastest growing sector.
The fastest growth in that time was for medical devices, up nearly 22% from 2015 to 2019.
The healthcare and medical devices industries are expected to grow by another 4% in 2019 to $18.7 trillion.
The second-most valued sector in 2020 was education, up $1.3 trillion from 2019 to 2020.
Healthcare is a growing sector, with healthcare revenue up by 1.4% over that time.
Medical devices and pharmaceuticals, the two most valuable sectors in 2020 for the industry, grew by more than 8% over 2019 to 2021.
Healthcare has grown by 5% over this time period, and medical and medical device revenues are projected to continue to grow in 2021, the report states.
The study found that healthcare sales grew by 5.6% over 2018-19 and by 12.2% over 2020-21.
Health care is expected to add another 4.9% to its 2020 revenue.
Health care is projected to add $2.6 trillion to its 2021 revenue.
The study projects healthcare revenue to grow 8% in 2021 to reach $19.4 billion.
However, healthcare spending growth will slow in 2021 as the healthcare business continues to experience significant challenges and challenges to its ability to continue growing.
According to Bales and the study’s authors, healthcare’s continued growth will likely be driven by two factors: “The continued growth of health insurance and health insurance related industries in the marketplace, and the continued growth in medical devices and related medical devices revenue.”
“The industry as a whole is not expected to continue expanding its market share, nor is there any reason to expect that it will.
It is unlikely that healthcare will continue to expand significantly in the future, and it is unlikely the growth of the healthcare market will continue as quickly as the overall economy,” Bales said.