About Gunjan

Gunjan is a core member of Healthcare Systems & Services Practice. Since joining the firm in 2007, Gunjan has co-led the Medicare and government programs and has supported both payors and providers on a variety of strategic, operational, and technology projects. He has served providers on issues ranging from Medicare growth, population health management, and launching Medicare Advantage health plans. Gunjan also leads the Healthcare Systems & Services Practice’s knowledge-research effort on population health management and payor-provider collaboration.

Gunjan has published numerous articles and presented in several industry-leading conferences on topics including Medicare Advantage, Medicare cost and supplement programs, provider-led health plans, and payor-provider collaboration. Before joining McKinsey, Gunjan worked with IBM T.J. Watson Research in their distributed systems group.

Published work

The market evolution of provider-led health plans,” McKinsey on Healthcare, April 2016

Should providers launch health plans?,” McKinsey on Healthcare, February 2015

Provider-led health plans: The next frontier—or the 1990s all over again?,” McKinsey on Healthcare, January 2015

Past experience

IBM T.J. Watson Research
System research intern

Education

Purdue University
PhD, computer engineering and electrical engineering
MA, electrical and computer engineering

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
BTech, electrical engineering