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Gunjan Khanna

Senior PartnerPittsburgh

Leads McKinsey’s healthcare innovation work with investors to improve quality access and new delivery models, serving industry players at the intersection of investors, healthcare, and education

Gunjan leads McKinsey’s healthcare innovation work with investors out of the Pittsburg office, which he leads He works at the intersection of healthcare and investors to scale innovation and disruption in the sector, particularly in improving quality access and new delivery models.

Gunjan believes in using his skills and knowledge to shape the industry, helping today and tomorrow’s leaders, and move the world towards a more inclusive future. He serves as a coach and mentor, fostering a positive feedback environment among colleagues to enhance client services.

He also contributes to various community initiatives, including Pittsburg Parks and Manchester Bidwell. Additionally, Gunjan serves on the board of a local NPR chapter to ensure the delivery of reliable media and communication. Gunjan enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys by participating in sports, and trying different cuisines.

Gunjan’s recent experience includes:

  • Worked on a variety of studies such as helping home-based pharmacies scale operations for chronically ill patients, focusing on scaling healthcare systems, and incorporating analytics for value-based care.
  • Addressed the effect of labor shortages and rising costs in healthcare by offering solutions through improved staffing systems, reduced attrition strategy, and integration of rapid automation.

Published work

Unlocking the power of price transparency data,” McKinsey & Company, June 2024

Investing in the new era of value-based care,” McKinsey & Company, December 2022

How should provider-led health plans evolve?” McKinsey & Company, December 2019

The evolution of healthcare-provider profit pools,” McKinsey & Company, August 2019

The market evolution of provider-led health plans,” McKinsey on Healthcare, April 2016

Past experience

Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM
System research intern


Purdue University
PhD, computer engineering and electrical engineering
MA, electrical and computer engineering

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
BTech, electrical engineering