About Tim

Tim works across the private and public sectors, with a particular focus on healthcare and analytics. In healthcare, he advises senior executives on both policy and delivery-model design.

Tim also leads QuantumBlack in Australia, McKinsey’s specialist analytics team. The scope of Tim’s work often spans states and regions across the world, giving him a global perspective and a wealth of insight on the latest and most important issues facing his clients.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Tim was a doctor. He also holds a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Oxford, where he was a Commonwealth Scholar. Tim has a keen passion for medicine and improving people’s lives. He regularly publishes research on healthcare and serves on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s research committee. Tim is also an adjunct associate professor at Notre Dame University.

Published work

Tackling Indonesia’s diabetes challenge: Eight approaches from around the world,” McKinsey & Company, May 2016

The evidence for integrated care,” McKinsey & Company, March 2015

How to improve clinical behavior in primary care,” Health International, January 2012, Issue 12

Past experience

Bay of Plenty Hospital
Medical doctor

Education

Queen's College, University of Oxford
PhD, neuroscience

University of Auckland
MD

University of Auckland
BSC, human biology