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Emily Clark

Associate Partner, Stamford

Partners with healthcare organizations on topics of strategy, innovation, and next-generation care management to improve the experience, quality, and affordability of healthcare for individuals and communities

Emily

Emily is a leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services Practice. She works with public and private healthcare payers across a range of topics including corporate strategy, next-generation care management, and partnership and acquisition strategies.

Examples of Emily’s recent client work include the following:

  • supporting a healthcare payer to define its enterprise strategy, with a focus on new models for integrated care delivery and innovative new offerings
  • leading an effort to define the strategy for a multi-payer partnership focused on transforming the way members receive and experience healthcare
  • helping a regional payor define its corporate strategy, including optimizing the core business and approach to expand into new profit pools

Emily is also passionate about supporting, advancing, and sponsoring women. She is a leader of All In—McKinsey’s Diversity & Inclusion effort—in the Stamford office. She also co-sponsors the firm’s Cornell recruiting. Emily graduated from Cornell University in 2015 with a BS in policy analysis and management.

Published Work

Overcoming the cost of healthcare transformation through partnerships,” McKinsey & Company, August 2022

Innovation and value: What payer-led managed-care models may look like,” McKinsey & Company, December 2021

The future of healthcare: Value creation through next-generation business models,” McKinsey & Company, January 2021

Education

Cornell University
BS, policy analysis and management