Dr. Meera Mani is a Partner with McKinsey’s Health Systems and Services Practice in New York. She co-leads McKinsey’s Medicaid knowledge and client development initiative and serves senior leaders within private payors, health systems, state Medicaid agencies, and private equity firms on this topic. She has extensive experience serving for-profit and non-profit Medicaid entities on growth and innovation, operations, at-scale performance transformation, and asset acquisition and divestiture. Prior to joining McKinsey, Meera was a physician scientist with a doctoral thesis in biophysics.
Meera received her MD and PhD in biophysics from Cornell University—Weill Medical College. She received a BS in biochemistry from Rutgers University. Recent articles of Meera’s include “CMS’ Proposed Rule on Medicaid and CHIP Managed Care and its Potential Implications” (McKinsey & Company, June 2015). She also has external publications including “Live imaging of synaptic vesicle release and retrieval in dopaminergic neurons” (Front Neural Circuits, 2009) and “The dual phosphatase activity of synaptojanin1 is required for both efficient synaptic vesicle endocytosis and reavailability at nerve terminals” (Neuron, 2007).