Shubham Singhal, a senior partner in McKinsey’s Detroit office, leads the firm’s Healthcare Systems and Services Practice in the Americas. He serves leading healthcare institutions on all top-management agenda topics; his primary areas of focus include corporate strategy, growth strategy, business building, and large-scale performance transformation.


Shubham has led McKinsey’s knowledge development on the shift from wholesale to retail in the healthcare industry and the resulting opportunities, challenges, and industry transformation this shift is bringing about. He has also led the development of McKinsey’s perspective on the impact of national healthcare reform on payors and the implications for the approaches winning payors must use. In addition, he has driven the practice’s push into advanced analytic solutions that complement McKinsey’s traditional consulting services.


You can follow Shubham Singhal on Twitter @SinghalShubham1


Recent Posts by Shubham Singhal

Payors In Care Delivery: When Does Vertical Integration Make Sense?

Editor’s note: In addition to Shubham Singhal (linked bio above) this post is authored by Rohit Kumar and Jeris Stueland. Rohit Kumar is a consultant in McKinsey’s Chicago office. Jeris Stueland, an expert in McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems and Services Practice, is also in the Chicago...

Bigger May Not Be Better: Does Scale Matter For Payors?

Editor’s note: In addition to Shubham Singhal (photo and linked bio above), this post is authored by Rohit Kumar and Jeris Stueland. Rohit Kumar is a consultant in McKinsey’s Chicago office. Jeris Stueland, an expert in McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems and Services Practice, is also in the Chicago...

Where To Compete In A Post-Reform World

Editor’s note: In addition to Shubham Singhal (photo and linked bio above) this post, the first in a periodic series of posts on the business of health care by McKinsey analysts, is authored by Rohit Kumar, Susan Nolen Foushee, and Jeris Stueland. Rohit Kumar is a consultant in McKinsey’s...