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Liz Wol

Associate Partner, New Jersey
Coleads McKinsey's capability building work in M&A globally and specializes in advising healthcare clients on enterprise strategy and M&A

About Liz

Liz is a leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services and Strategy & Corporate Finance practices. For the latter, she globally heads both the work in capability building in M&A and our offering for programmatic M&A strategy. Liz primarily advises healthcare clients on topics related to enterprise strategy and growth, optimal resource allocation, and M&A—including M&A strategy, proactive deal sourcing, integration planning, and M&A capability building.

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

  • supporting an array of healthcare clients on programmatic M&A strategy development and implementation, including target identification, outside-in pre-diligence, and target outreach and proactive sourcing strategy
  • supporting a regional health system and regional payor in developing enterprise strategy, including a portfolio of “bold moves” as well as service line and business unit strategies with capital allocation
  • leading programmatic M&A capability-building engagements for a large payor looking to acquire a series of growth assets and for a regional health system preparing to incorporate a portfolio of smaller provider systems
  • supporting several health systems in evaluating various joint-ventures and partnership opportunities; this work included strategic vision, business case and synergies, negotiation strategies, and risk mitigation planning
  • supporting integration planning and execution for an array of health systems, including regional, super-regional, and academic medical centers; topics included value capture, “day-one” planning, culture and change management, and interdependency management

Liz lives in New York City.

PUBLISHED WORK

A blueprint for M&A success,” McKinsey & Company, April 2020

EDUCATION

Columbia Business School
MBA

Dartmouth College
BA, government