Healthcare analytics to improve patient care

The healthcare industry is evolving at breakneck speed. At the forefront of this transformation is big data, creating enormous opportunities for companies to improve patient outcomes while managing costs. Healthcare Analytics powers data-driven transformations. Our team of experts seamlessly combine strategy, big data and advanced analytics, and implementation processes to change the way healthcare companies think, decide, and act.

Healthcare Analytics by the numbers


client engagements in the Healthcare Systems and Services practice


dedicated healthcare analytics professionals, including 160 MD, RN, and pharmacist consultants


terabytes of integrated claim, encounter, clinical, consumer, and other data


Industry expertise and insight

Our Healthcare Systems and Services practice invests $50 million annually in proprietary research. Our methods, infrastructure, and real-world expertise help companies innovate for success.

Integrated teams

We leverage the experience of 150 healthcare professionals–experts ranging from clinicians and epidemiologists to data scientists and software developers–to provide executives an integrated roadmap to impact.

Blue-chip clients

Our clients include nine of the top ten major US hospital systems, six of the leading integrated delivery networks, and several major state-run insurance programs. We serve the world’s largest retail pharmacies, healthcare IT companies, and healthcare-focused private equity firms.

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