Stryker, Zimmer Biomet, J&J execs among the most 'influential' in healthcare

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CEOWorld Magazine released its latest list of "World's Most Influential CEOs and Business Executives," and three orthopedic devicemaker leaders are on it.

The magazine evaluated more than 2,300 CEOs at large public companies across 61 countries. Rankings weighed factors including financial returns and the company's track record on environmental, governance and social issues. Read more about the methodology here

Here are three orthopedic medtech leaders making the list and their overall ranking:

32. Joaquin Duato, Johnson & Johnson. Mr. Duato became CEO of Johnson & Johnson after the company split into two companies. He was paid $13.1 million in 2022.

344. Kevin Lobo, Stryker. Mr. Lobo has been CEO of Stryker since 2012. He first started working at Stryker in 2011 and was group president of orthopedics before he was promoted to CEO. In 2014, he was named chair of the board.

1,245. Christopher Begley, Zimmer Biomet. Mr. Begley is chair of the board at Zimmer Biomet. He is a retired executive chair and CEO of Hospira Inc.

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