Drew leads McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services Practice in North America, serving many of the largest and leading health systems, insurers, and services companies on transformation and restructuring, strategic growth and M&A, and core operations performance improvement. He also leads the firm’s core healthcare capabilities globally.
As a passionate advocate for developing next-generation leaders, Drew plays a global leadership role in learning and development for more than 30,000 McKinsey employees in more than 130 offices around the world.
Over the past three decades, Drew has driven transformations at many of the country’s largest public and non-profit healthcare enterprises and achieved step-change impact, preparing those organizations for long-term growth.
Examples of Drew’s recent client work include the following:
- driving multiple performance transformations across health systems, generating billions in value to be reinvested into patient care and new businesses
- helping two leading non-profit health systems merge to form one of the largest health systems in the United States
- supporting integration for a major global acquisition by a leading healthcare services company
Drew started his career as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs, focusing on M&A in healthcare.
Drew was elected presidential scholar and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University and earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.