About Noam

In his 12 years at the firm, Noam has served clients across the healthcare value chain, with a focus on large hospital systems. He focuses primarily on strategic projects, including service line, market growth, and reform. Earlier in Noam’s tenure, he served pharmaceutical, medical-device, and biotechnology companies.

Noam leads McKinsey’s healthcare systems and services provider growth capability, which is an integrated approach to growth planning, encompassing service-line, physician, ambulatory, and payor strategy. He leads our knowledge development on provider growth strategy and sponsors the McKinsey provider growth analytics function.

Published work

Hospital networks: Evolution of the configurations on the 2015 exchanges,” McKinsey & Company, April 2015

Hospital networks: Updated national view of configurations on the exchanges,” McKinsey & Company, June 2014

Education

Stanford Graduate School of Business
MBA

Princeton University
AB, molecular biology