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Dr. Kristin-Anne Rutter

Partner, London
With experience as a medical doctor, serves healthcare clients on strategy and performance improvement with a focus on capturing the value of digital and data

About Kristin-Anne

Kristin-Anne has worked for the last ten years with healthcare clients globally to develop strategies and improve performance in order to deliver higher-quality care and services to patients. In recent years, she has spearheaded thinking on how to transform care delivery through digital and the use of the resulting data.

Kristin-Anne has supported the development of government policy in digital healthcare and use of healthcare data and worked with small and large medical product and technology organizations to accelerate the introduction of new innovative solutions. For many years, she has served payers and providers to reconfigure and redesign services with an increasing focus on use of digital and data.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Kristin-Anne worked as a doctor in Iceland. She also worked at major global pharmaceuticals company in manufacturing-quality assurance and as a product manager for a start-up company bringing a treatment for tinnitus to market in Australia.

Kristin-Anne serves as a trustee for Marie Stopes International where she chairs the audit committee. 

Published work

Ten innovations that can improve global health,” McKinsey Global Institute, July 2020

Prioritizing health: A prescription for prosperity,” McKinsey Global Institute, July 2020

How prioritizing health could help rebuild economies,” McKinsey Global Institute, July 2020

Living offline and online: The future of hybrid care pathways, McKinsey & Company, January 2020

Promoting an overdue digital transformation in healthcare,” McKinsey & Company, June 2019

Revolutionising healthcare delivery: A roadmap for digital change,” McKinsey & Company, July 2016

Past experience

Product manager

Reykjavik City Hospital
Medical doctor

Eli Lilly and Company
Quality assurance officer


Harvard Business School

University of Cambridge
MA, neurosciences