HTEC provides unique, global exposure to best-in-class companies leading the healthcare technology revolution, across diagnostics, robotics, genomics, precision and regenerative medicine, lab automation, instruments, data analytics, and telehealth.
Massive disruption is taking the healthcare space by storm. Rapidly evolving technologies are quietly and completely morphing the medical field as we know it. Robotics, artificial intelligence, and healthcare technologies are becoming significant change agents in the industry and investors should be taking notice.
The data shown is derived from the published index values.
Data prior to 30 April 2019 is based on simulated back-tested data.
Inside the World of Healthcare Innovation
Explore the Fast-Changing Universe of Healthcare Technology
The Investment Universe
To date, we have identified 9 subsectors in the universe of healthcare technology that carry high growth and earnings potential.
Software and solution providers that use data analytics and machine learning to support clinical trials, manage medical information, and care providers' workflows.
Providers of advanced tools, software, and services for medical diagnosis, including next-generation imagery and molecular testing.
Providers of technology for the analysis of genetic data, including next-generation gene sequencing tools used to help predict the risk of genetic diseases, detect cancer, and improve the application of precision medicine.
Providers of automation solutions for laboratory processes, including information and sample management, fluid handling, outsourced lab services, and more.
Providers of next-generation medical instruments, including surgical tools, implantable devices, and other instruments for the treatment of chronic and life-threatening illnesses.
Providers of custom therapies based on genetic, environmental, lifestyle, and other key factors.
Providers of solutions for the regeneration of cells, tissue and organs, such as tissue engineering, organ and bone transplants, and plasma therapies.
Providers of robotic-assisted platforms, including robots used for surgical and diagnostic applications, sterilization, and product delivery.
Specialists in virtual care and remote monitoring, including virtual doctor visits, mobile and wearable devices.
The ROBO Global Healthcare Technology & Innovation Index includes more than 80 stocks across 9 subsectors in 15 countries. The Index is built to minimize risk by limiting reliance on the largest-cap players, and to capture the growth of rapidly developing healthcare technology companies around the globe.