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Razili Lewis


Razili Lewis


Supports private payers and state agencies on healthcare cost and value strategies

Razili is a partner with McKinsey’s Healthcare Practice, where she focuses primarily on healthcare cost and value strategies for private payers and state agencies.

As a founding member of McKinsey’s Medicaid group, Razili has worked with leading health insurers, health systems, and several states in America to redesign the way care is financed and delivered for low-income and special-needs populations. She leads McKinsey’s research and client service related to behavioral health, focused on improving care delivery for mental health and substance use disorder. She helps clients and society combat the opioids crisis by providing insights, expertise, analytics, and technology.

Published work

A holistic approach for the US behavioral health crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic,” McKinsey & Company, August 2020

National employer survey reveals behavioral health in a COVID-19 era as a major concern,” McKinsey & Company, June 2020

Why we need bolder action to combat the opioid epidemic,” McKinsey & Company, September 2018

Looking ahead in Medicaid: Options for states and the implications for payors and providers,” McKinsey & Company, May 2017

Improving care delivery to individuals with special or supportive care needs,” McKinsey & Company, July 2016


University of Michigan
BSE, chemical engineering