Shubham leads our Payor Strategy work in the Americas. He serves leading health insurers and financial institutions, where he partners with executives to address top-management concerns such as growth strategy and business continuity. Shubham also has deep expertise in helping payors effect large-scale performance transformations as these organizations contend with the challenges of healthcare reform and changing consumer needs and expectations.
Shubham is one of the leaders of the McKinsey Center for US Health System Reform, driving initiatives exploring payor-related issues. He also guides our research on the shift from “wholesale” to “retail” models in the healthcare industry—and the resulting opportunities, challenges, and industry transformation. He has published extensively in the McKinsey Quarterly, exploring various dimensions of payment systems and operations, focusing on what works and what must evolve if payors are to survive and grow as the implications of national healthcare reform becomes clear.
"How US healthcare reform will affect employee benefits," McKinsey Quarterly, June 2011
"The next wave of changes for US healthcare payments," McKinsey Quarterly, May 2010
"US healthcare payments: Remedies for an ailing system," McKinsey on Payments, April 2009
"Sustainable health insurance," McKinsey Healthcare Systems & Services Practice, November 2007
|Carnegie Mellon University
|Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay