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Dr. Daniel Moskovic

Partner, New York
Serves healthcare clients on operations, performance transformation, digital enablement, strategy, due diligence, and real estate and capital expenditures.

About Daniel

Daniel leads the firm’s client service in health system external spend management, serving a global base of clients on operations and performance transformation of operational expenditure and capital expenditure. He also serves healthcare services and technology companies and supply chain intermediaries on strategy and operations.

Daniel founded McKinsey’s provider performance improvements advanced analytics team, now with over 30 consultants delivering advanced analytics and expert-based consulting to McKinsey’s clients.

Examples of his recent client work include the following:

  • supporting performance transformation and digital enablement for a top-three US-based health system designed to improve financial performance and operational processes, as well as modernize service operations using digital enablement
  • leading a capital expenditure effectiveness diagnostic and implementation for one of the largest and leading US academic medical centers, identifying opportunities to improve capital efficiency
  • developing corporate and partnership strategy for leading provider services companies, identifying technology and delivery partners to support offering disruption and transformation
  • leading over 15 health system procurement transformation engagements, primarily in the United States and several countries including Abu Dhabi, Australia, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, South Africa, Spain, and the United Kingdom

Daniel speaks around the world on health system operations with an emphasis on the evolving healthcare supply chain and has published various articles on health system external spend management topics such as medical equipment optimization, pharmacy, and design and construction optimization.

EDUCATION

Baylor College of Medicine
MD

Columbia University
MBA
MA, biotechnology