Manish Chopra is a Senior Partner with McKinsey & Co. in New York and has been with the Firm for 15 years. He focuses his work on serving healthcare institutions in the private and public sectors in the US, Asia, and the Middle East. He leads the Firm’s client service in pricing in the Americas region and in healthcare pricing globally.
Manish specializes in helping healthcare institutions on overall strategy, mergers and acquisitions, revenue management, operations improvement, organizational design and effectiveness. His recent clients include large private, public and not-for-profit health systems, reputable academic medical centers, a national laboratory diagnostics services company, leading multi-national pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical products companies, and private investors with healthcare interests.
Manish’s time at McKinsey has spanned 4 offices (Detroit, New Jersey, Singapore, and New York). He was based in the US from 2001-2010 before moving to Asia (based in Singapore) for 2 years and recently returned to the US in New York in 2012.
In Asia, Manish led McKinsey’s Singapore office as Managing Partner, and served private and public sector clients in Singapore, China, India, Australia, Malaysia, and Indonesia within healthcare and beyond. He also led the pricing practice for the broader Asia-Pacific region.
Manish received PhD and MS degrees in chemical engineering from University of Michigan and a BS in chemical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Recent articles of Manish’s include “Want to be a Better Leader? Observe More and React Less” (McKinsey Quarterly, February 2016) and “Winning strategies for participating in narrow-network exchange offerings” (McKinsey & Company, May 2013). He is also the author of a recent book “The Equanimous Mind” in which he has shared his experiences with mindfulness meditation and the positive impact it has had on his personal and professional life.