Thursday, May 16, 2013
We’re very excited to have been named to CNBC’s list of the 50 most disruptive companies changing the business landscape today. It’s a who’s who of companies who are revolutionizing their industries, including SpaceX, Kickstarter, Square, Uber, Box, Dropbox, Palantir, Pinterest, Warby Parker…and many more. You can read more about CNBC’s selection process, and see the other great companies driving change in healthcare and beyond.
Disruption is one of those concepts that is incredibly important but hard to define. For CNBC, what makes Ginger.io disruptive is our proactive approach to patient care through information and analysis. For our partners and users, we stand out because of our ability to create connection and empower care through data. And for each of us on the Ginger.io team, it is our long term vision that lets us belive in our ability to make a difference.
We are honored to have been given this title by CNBC, and to have been recognized as a company with such power to disrupt. Now it is up to us to execute on our vision and make a difference.
What do you think? What does disruptive mean to you and who else would you have liked to see on the list?