Our commitment to sustainability

We are committed to delivering on our purpose of helping our clients improve healthcare outcomes for patients. Sustainability is a core consideration in achieving this - identifying and acting on the environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues as we help accelerate innovation in healthcare.

At IQVIA, our mission is to drive healthcare forward, delivering better patient outcomes through innovation, technology and the advancement of medical treatments.

Ari Bousbib,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, IQVIA

Creating a healthier world takes more than just healthcare
That’s why at IQVIA we are committed to continuing our leadership position in sustainable environmental, social, and governance practices. Read more in our latest report.

Our approach to sustainability


Our approximately 86,000 employees are the driving force of our business, bringing their skills, experience, ideas and passion to work every day. Staying connected to our people is critical to our success - to understand their needs, communicate our expectations, and maintain a sense of community and shared values.


Our mission to accelerate innovation for a healthier world guides everything we do — the deep sense of responsibility we feel towards supporting better outcomes for patients is the foundation of our values and culture. Collaboration is central to these efforts, and together with our partners, we are a catalyst for change.


Driven by our commitment to support public health, we have a responsibility to reduce our climate impact. We primarily focus on reducing the impacts of our business operations, including facilities and business travel.

Advancing our commitment to sustainability

As we continue driving forward in our mission to accelerate innovation in healthcare and improve patient outcomes, we remain committed to ESG goals. Hear from our team about our efforts to further our ESG initiatives.

Diversity is integral to our mission of advancing human health
We strive to create an environment where diversity of thought sparks innovation to enable greater impact and where people of all backgrounds and perspectives collaborate to bring out the best in each other — united by driving healthcare forward.
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Supporting documents

As part of our continued commitment to transparency, IQVIA has made its most recent EEO-1 Component 1 report publicly available in the link below. The EEO-1 Component 1 report is a mandatory annual data collection by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that requires all private sector employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with 50 or more employees meeting certain criteria, to submit demographic workforce data, including data by race/ethnicity, sex and job categories.

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