About Neil

Neil leads our work in provider growth and has helped build the provider domains of McKinsey Healthcare Analytics. Spanning the healthcare value chain, he has offered advisory support to leaders at a range of organizations within the sector, including hospital systems, insurance providers, and integrated delivery networks.

Neil works with top leaders on a broad range of topics including fostering organic growth, establishing strategic partnerships, and achieving value from mergers and acquisitions. He also frequently supports private equity clients examining potential healthcare investments.

Examples of his work include:

  • executing a 18+ month turnaround for regional academic health system, including optimizing clinical programs, developing physician alignment solutions, informing managed care negotiations, and expanding partnerships with regional providers and other academic institutions
  • directing a 12+ month performance program from diagnostic to value capture for regional health insurance plan, including solutions to address utilization and medical management, network optimization, and innovative value-based payment models
  • crafting and providing ongoing support for a 5-year cardiovascular care strategy at a major regional health system following a merger; the initiative included fostering greater alignment among employed and independent physicians

Before joining McKinsey, Neil was a consultant at the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy, serving as an assistant to former treasury secretary Lawrence Summers and leading research for the Lancet Commission on Investing in Health. Passionate about education and leadership, he is a former member of the board of directors for the Telluride Association, a nonprofit organization supporting leadership and service through democratic participation.

Published work

The market evolution of provider-led health plans,” McKinsey & Company, April 2016

Past experience

Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy
Consultant

Education

Harvard Law School
JD

University of Michigan
Masters, public health
BA, English