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The CFO-PRTM Capital-Spending Scorecard
Companies with the biggest and the smallest returns on capital investment.
CFO Staff, CFO Magazine




Health Care
COMPANY CAPEX
(2003)
CAPEX CAGR
(2000-2003)
CAPITAL INTENSIVENESS
(2003)
ROGFA
(2003)
REVENUE GROWTH
(CAGR 2000-2003)
SHAREHOLDER GROWTH
(2000-2003)
BIOMET $59,770,000 12% 4% 117% 15% 11%
MEDTRONIC $380,400,000 4% 5% 104% 15% -7%
STRYKER $144,500,000 21% 4% 90% 17% 19%
C R BARD $72,100,000 55% 5% 82% 9% 22%
SAINT JUDE $49,565,000 8% 3% 74% 18% 26%
BOSTON SCIENTIFIC $188,000,000 35% 5% 72% 9% 75%
DENTSPLY INTERNATIONAL $76,583,000 39% 5% 59% 21% 21%
FRESENIUS MEDICAL CARE $313,626,333 1% 5% 55% 2% -12%
SMITH & NEPHEW $130,855,890 5% 6% 54% 5% 16%
GUIDANT $249,300,000 16% 7% 51% 13% 4%
INVACARE $30,660,000 5% 2% 48% 7% 6%
HILLENBRAND $115,000,000 3% 6% 45% 0% 8%
BECKMAN COULTER $132,900,000 -2% 6% 44% 5% 7%
ESSILOR $184,647,818 -6% 7% 34% 2% 7%
3M $677,000,000 -15% 4% 30% 3% 14%
BAUSCH & LOMB $91,500,000 -1% 5% 29% 4% 10%
BECTON DICKINSON $261,043,000 -11% 6% 29% 8% 7%
DRAEGERWERK $55,985,248 2% 3% 26% 8% 84%
BAXTER INTERNATIONAL $789,000,000 7% 9% 25% 9% -10%
TERUMO $114,077,031 -14% 6% 20% 5% -17%
Average Performance $205,825,666 8% 5.1% 54% 9% 15%
Median Performance $131,877,945 4% 5.2% 49% 8% 9%

Companies are ranked, from highest to lowest, by return on gross fixed assets (ROGFA).

Sources: Thomson Financial; company data; Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath.

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