As the US learned to handle surges in COVID-19 cases that overwhelmed hospitals and shut down cities and confronted systemic racism amid protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd, healthcare leaders have been navigating a new reality.
The people fueling the most change in 2020 have been not only business leaders and entrepreneurs but also scientists and healthcare workers on the front lines.
For their work, they’ve been named to Business Insider’s list of the 30 leaders under 40 who are working to transform the $3.6 trillion healthcare industry in the US.
The 30 people below were selected from hundreds of nominations, based on their potential to improve healthcare. The list is arranged alphabetically.