Hoboken, NJ, May 2, 2024 – Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) has been awarded on Newsweek’s list of The World’s Best Digital Health Companies 2024. This prestigious award is presented by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The awards list was announced on April 24th, 2024, and can be viewed on the Newsweek website.

The World’s Best Digital Health Companies 2024 ranking lists the top 400 companies from over 35 different countries. The winners were ranked across seven market segments: Data Analytics, Diagnostics, Health Records, Medical Management, Prevention, Telehealth, and Treatment. The top list is based on three pillars:

  • Financial Performance: Statista analyzed financial data from publicly available sources such as annual reports, company websites, media outlets, and databases. Companies also had the opportunity to submit data using an online application form, accessible via
  • Impact: Statista cooperated with data and market intelligence company HolonIQ to assess a company in different impact dimensions, encompassing factors such as the quality and uniqueness of their product/service, as well as the expertise of their leadership team.
  • Online Engagement: Statista analyzed traffic data from company websites and apps to assess the engagement of users with their product/service.

Based on the results of the study, Health Recovery Solutions is ecstatic to be recognized on Newsweek’s World’s Best Digital Health Companies 2024 list.

“...With the home emerging as the new healthcare frontier, we, alongside our client partners, are committed to continue being pioneers in this space.”

This award reflects the innovation and commitment of HRS to transition hospital-level care into care-at-home with its comprehensive remote patient monitoring software and services solutions. By pairing cutting-edge technology with over a decade of experience, HRS has been instrumental in reshaping how healthcare is delivered, making it more accessible and efficient for patients worldwide.

“Being recognized with this award from Newsweek and Statista is a genuine honor and a testament to our team's steadfast dedication to digital health excellence. Our innovative solutions are designed to empower both patients and providers, extending high-quality care far beyond conventional settings. With the home emerging as the new healthcare frontier, we, alongside our client partners, are committed to continue being pioneers in this space,” said Michael Gemmati, Head of Marketing & Portfolio Strategy at Health Recovery Solutions.

Statista publishes hundreds of worldwide industry rankings and company listings with high-profile media partners. This research and analysis service is based on the success of, the leading data and business intelligence portal that provides statistics, relevant business data, and various market and consumer studies and surveys.

About Newsweek: Newsweek is the global media organization that has earned audience time and trust for more than 90 years. Newsweek reaches 100 million people each month with thought-provoking news, opinion, images, graphics, and video delivered across a dozen print and digital platforms. Headquartered in New York City, Newsweek also publishes international editions in EMEA and Asia.

About Statista: Statista is a global data and business intelligence platform with an extensive collection of statistics, reports, and insights on over 80,000 topics from 22,500 sources in 170 industries. Established in Germany in 2007, Statista operates in 13 locations worldwide and employs around 1,100 professionals.

About Health Recovery Solutions: HRS is the leading healthcare technology company transforming quality care at home for the betterment of patients. We pair best-in-class clinical expertise, logistics, and analysis with the industry's most advanced remote care technology platform. Our digital tools and proven experience enable clinical decision-making earlier in the patient journey which, ultimately, improves patient and provider satisfaction while reducing costs and administrative burden for clinicians, hospitals, payors, and other healthcare organizations. To learn more about Health Recovery Solutions, visit