Aneesh focuses on M&A, transformations, and growth strategy, primarily in the health insurance segment. He has served leading national and regional health plans and systems (including for-profit payers), integrated delivery networks, regional payers, and providers. Over the last few years, he has worked on several mergers, including some of the largest in healthcare globally. He also co-leads the transformations and post-acute care work for the Healthcare Systems & Services Practice in North America. Aneesh has also been leading the firm’s thinking on the impact of a downturn on healthcare organizations and strategies to build resilience in a downturn for healthcare organizations.
Examples of his recent client work include the development of a comprehensive transformation of one of the largest healthcare payors globally; leading a merger-management effort for one of the largest transactions in healthcare; leading transformations of several regional payers, providers, and healthcare services organizations; and leading several mid-size mergers of healthcare organizations with combined revenues of $5 billion to 15 billion.
Aneesh joined McKinsey as an associate partner in 2014. Prior to working at McKinsey, he was a principal at a global consulting firm, where he served several hospitals and health systems on both operational and strategic issues.
Aneesh received his MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and BE in electrical engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.