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Anne Koffel


Helps leading healthcare organizations design and implement innovative clinical models through technology and advanced analytics. Leads our work in women’s health.

A leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare Practice, Anne helps providers, payers, investors, and state health agencies develop and implement clinical and payment models that improve quality, affordability, experience, and equity. Anne also co-leads our work in value-based care with a focus on women’s health.

Passionate about enhancing the U.S. healthcare system, Anne collaborates with clients to advance the well-being of populations that have traditionally experienced slower access to innovation, including women and Medicaid recipients. She co-leads CareCUBE, McKinsey’s value-based care analytics product.

Recent work includes:

  • collaborating on growth strategy with a leading PE-backed women’s health company including expanding initiatives, provider M&A, and productivity improvement
  • helping a PE-backed Medicare Advantage provider implement a primary care clinical redesign, including an analytic engine and tools
  • evaluating opportunity and supporting a strategy for a senior-care product for a leading health system

Published work

Patients struggle with unmet basic needs: Medical providers can help,” McKinsey & Company, April 2022

From facility to home: How healthcare could shift by 2025,” McKinsey & Company, February 2022

The untapped potential of payer care management,” McKinsey & Company, January 2021

Past experience

IMS Health Management Consulting, Asia Pacific
Senior Consultant

IMS Health Consulting Group
Senior Consultant

Kiva Microfunds
Indonesia and Cambodia Fellow


University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School
MBA, Health Care Management, Operations

Harvard University – Faculty of Arts and Sciences
BA, Health Policy, Social Studies