About Kristin-Anne

Dr Kristin-Anne Rutter is a Partner in McKinsey & Company’s London Office.  Trained as a doctor and with experience working in the pharma and medical device industries she has worked the last 10 years she has worked with healthcare providers in the UK and Australia to develop strategies and improve operations to deliver higher quality care for patients. In recent years she has spearheaded thinking on how digital (personal, mobile, proactive automation and connectivity) and use of the data that results can transform how care is delivered. She works with small and large technology companies looking to bring innovations into the market as well as supporting payors and providers to better utilize existing technologies and incorporate new digital opportunities. She serves as a Trustee for Marie Stopes International and lives in Cambridge with her husband and two children.

Examples of relevant client work:

  • reducing the wait time for Mental Health patients in Accident and Emergency in South Australia requiring redesign of inpatient and community pathways
  • creating the business case for the creation of integrated and accessible health data for a UK region
  • evaluating the opportunities and value created for enhancing connectivity in the Netherlands healthcare system
  • identifying how digital technologies could support a Trusts financial improvement plans
  • helping clinical leaders of specialties identify and implement productivity and quality improvement opportunities at a leading children’s hospital
  • introducing service-line management to a large teaching hospital working alongside and training front line staff
  • determining the clinical strategy for and financial synergies from merging two local hospitals
  • developing a strategy to deliver healthcare within budget constraints and reconfigure service provision for a group insurers and hospitals
  • supported multiple healthcare related due diligences for PE players and strategic buyers

Prior to joining McKinsey, Kristin-Anne worked as a doctor in Accident and Emergency. She also had experience with Eli Lilly in manufacturing quality assurance. In 03/04 she was product manager for Neuromonics, a start-up company bringing a treatment for Tinnitus to market in Australia. Kristin-Anne has a first class MA from Cambridge UK in Neuroscience, a MB BChir in medicine with distinction from Cambridge UK and an MBA from Harvard USA with high distinction.