Tennessee's life sciences industry delivers an impact felt around the world
Discover how the Tennessee health-care and medical-device sector is shaping the future of medicine and patient care throughout the state
St. Jude Children's Hospital, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University provide Tennessee with top-level pediatric care
Stratasan is a Nashville-based company that provides advanced analytics of health-care data. Maintaining more than 1 billion health-related records from federal, state, local and private data sources in a cloud-based system, the company provides instant access to clients, such as hospitals, physicians' offices and even communities.
From medical device manufacturers to bioscience entrepreneurs, the nation's brightest minds are heading to Tennessee, and with good reason. The state ranks seventh in the U.S. for the size of its device-manufacturing industry, which pays more than $275 million in wages annually.
East to west, Tennessee is home to some of the nation's top hospitals, health-care companies and medical research centers.
Memphis is growing in stature as a biotech center