Shubham, a Senior Partner in McKinsey’s Detroit office, leads the Firm’s Global Healthcare Practice. He serves leading healthcare institutions on all top-management agenda topics. His primary areas of focus include issues of corporate strategy, growth strategy, M&A, business building, and large-scale performance transformation. Shubham has extensively served payors, both national and regional for over ten years. He also serves providers, healthcare IT companies, and pharmacy players.
Shubham leads McKinsey’s knowledge on the future of healthcare given the forces of: healthcare reform and regulatory change; rise of the healthcare consumer; rapidly advancing digital, big data analytics, and medical technologies; and risk disaggregation and reallocation across the healthcare system. And, defining the structural and performance implications of this transformation for payors, providers and services players across the healthcare value chain.
Shubham has led the significant expansion of McKinsey’s healthcare practice’s research through the McKinsey Center for US Health System Reform and the McKinsey Center for Healthcare Innovation as well as the breadth and depth of its client service capabilities through McKinsey Actuarial, McKinsey Healthcare Analytics & Delivery, McKinsey Implementation and the McKinsey Digital Health Transformation Initiative.
Shubham received an MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University and a BEng in mechanical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai. Prior to McKinsey, Shubham worked in various executive positions at Unilever. Recent articles of Shubham’s include “How to tame rising US healthcare costs” (McKinsey & Company, January 2017), “Global private payors: A trillion-euro growth industry” (McKinsey & Company, December 2016), and “Navigating the uncertainty of potential ACA ‘repeal and replace’: A preliminary analysis” (McKinsey & Company, December 2016).