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Noam Bauman


Noam Bauman is a Partner in McKinsey’s San Francisco Office.  In his 12 years at the Firm, he has served clients across the healthcare value chain, with a focus on large hospital systems. He focuses primarily on strategic topics, including service line, market growth, and reform. Earlier in Noam’s tenure, he served pharma, med device and biotech companies.

Noam leads McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems and Services provider growth capability area, which is an integrated approach to growth planning encompassing service line, physician, ambulatory, and payor strategy.  Noam also sponsors the McKinsey Provider Growth Analytics function.

Noam received his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and AB degree in molecular biology from Princeton University. Recent articles of Noam’s include “Hospital networks: Evolution of the configurations on the 2015 exchanges” (McKinsey & Company, April 2015) and “Hospital Networks: Updated National View of Configurations on the Exchanges” (McKinsey & Company, June 2014).