Supporting clients with the very best minds from around the world.
KPMG’s Center of Excellence contains some of the world’s leading healthcare professionals. Individuals in this team have been at the heart of health reform and practice for many decades. Most have held senior positions in the private and public sector and are prominent members of highly influential think tanks and associations. Based in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific, the team is mobile and works alongside our network of 150 member firms to design and implement creative and practical solutions for our clients that harness the latest in national, regional and global perspectives.
Dr. Cynthia Ambres, KPMG in the US
Through strategic leadership & effective change management, Cynthia has brought improvements to both major healthcare providers and health plans.
Dr. Richard Bakalar, KPMG in the US
Richard is helping push back the boundaries of healthcare through better use of technology;
gathering, analyzing and sharing data to improve outcomes.
Dr. Marc Berg, KPMG in the US
Marc’s pioneering work on commissioning, purchasing and operations has produced dramatic
advances in outcomes at lower cost.
Jan de Boer, KPMG in the Netherlands
A leading exponent of Health IT, Jan helps join up the different parts of the healthcare community to improve healthcare by using new technology.
Malcolm Lowe-Lauri, KPMG in the UK
Having led some of the UK’s largest health authorities, Malcolm has spearheaded new delivery models to achieve cross-organizational change.
Mark Rochon, KPMG in Canada
A true healthcare strategist with the will to make things happen, Mark has played an important part in advancing Ontario’s healthcare system.
Marc Scher, KPMG in the US
An advisor to healthcare providers on strategy, risk, operations, finance and transformation, who has advised a wide range of healthcare providers on financing.
Dr. Hilary Thomas, KPMG in the UK
A leading exponent of care system redesign, Hilary helps join up the different parts of the healthcare community to improve efficiency and quality.
Roger Widdowson, KPMG in the UK
Roger uses his knowledge of both healthcare and what makes a successful transaction to ensure that corporate M&A adds shareholder value.
Health systems around the world are facing unprecedented challenges that require policy makers, payers, providers, and suppliers to rethink how they work. However, while the problems are well known the solutions are taking time to materialize – and time is running out. New approaches to providing and paying for healthcare must emerge in the next few years. The organizations that succeed will be those that are able to adapt, experiment, innovate and take risks.
In these unprecedented times, healthcare leaders require insight and guidance from audit, tax and advisory professionals they can trust. That is why leading organizations turn to KPMG’s global health practice. Our propositions revolve around five core themes:
- Working across regional health ecosystems to redesign health value chains, modernize the way care is purchased, and shift the provision of care to more appropriate settings.
- Helping organizations to adopt best practice operational models, processes and cost management capabilities in order to enhance both quality and value for money.
- Ensuring value is delivered through mergers, acquisitions, divestments, joint ventures, shared services and outsourcing arrangements.
- Helping to leverage the power of information technology in healthcare.
- Helping Boards to lead their organizations more confidently by providing assurance, and by strengthening governance, risk management, and compliance functions.
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Introducing our team
Based in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific, the Global Healthcare Center of Excellence team
(PDF 1.15 MB) is mobile and works alongside our network of 150 member firms to design and implement creative and practical solutions for our clients that harness the latest in national, regional and global perspectives.