Jean Drouin, a director in McKinsey’s New York office, is a leader of the global Healthcare Systems and Services Practice. His expertise spans system reform, strategy, operational transformation, clinical leadership, and information technology. He currently leads the Firm’s digital healthcare initiative and previously built McKinsey’s Advanced Healthcare Analytics group (MAHA).
He has served governments, payors, hospitals, and international institutions in more than 15 countries. His client experiences include leading the turnaround of a public academic health system; designing and driving a $100 million clinical operations improvement program across a large hospital chain; and implementing in several countries and states major health policy reforms, including the introduction of new payment models, regulatory regimes, and incentives.
Jean’s research interests focus on health system transformation, value in healthcare, and digital enablement of care delivery. Before joining McKinsey, he was at Goldman Sachs International in London, where he worked in the Healthcare and Biotech Corporate Finance group. Jean received MD and MBA degrees from Stanford University. He holds a degree in molecular biology from Princeton University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He also has a certificate in public and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School.
"Healthcare costs: A market-based view," McKinsey Quarterly, September 2008
"Using care pathways to improve health systems," (PDF–828 KB) Health International, 2011, Issue 11
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