ABHI supports the HealthTech community to save and enhance lives
ABHI is the UK’s leading industry association for health technology (HealthTech).
ABHI supports the HealthTech community to save and enhance lives. Members, including both multinationals and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), supply products from syringes and wound dressings to surgical robots and digitally enhanced technologies. We represent the industry to stakeholders, such as the government, NHS and regulators. HealthTech plays a key role in supporting delivery of healthcare and is a significant contributor to the UK’s economic growth. HealthTech is now the largest employer in the broader Life Sciences sector, employing 127,400 people in 3,860 companies, with a combined turnover of £24bn. The industry has enjoyed growth of around 5% in recent years. ABHI’s 300 members account for approximately 80% of the sector by value.
REASONS TO JOIN
As the voice of the HealthTech industry, the benefits to your organisation
of becoming a ABHI member are many. Members benefit from:
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The British HealthTech industry, which employs over 127,400 people across the country, is constantly innovating to help people live healthier lives.
There are 3,860 HealthTech companies in the UK and the vast majority employ fewer than 250 staff. In fact, 89% of our membership falls in the SME category. The industry has a combined turnover of £24 billion.