Introducing the McKinsey Center for U.S. Health System Reform
In March 2010 President Barack Obama signed into law the Affordable Care Act, landmark legislation that dramatically alters the nation’s $2.4 trillion healthcare sector. McKinsey has launched the Center for U.S. Health System Reform—a dedicated economic research group—to develop and disseminate clear, independent, fact-based insights on the implications of the new law.
At the Center, McKinsey bring together the depth of its real-world management expertise, proprietary knowledge and rigorous economic analysis. Research focuses on healthcare spending, delivery system organization, provider revenue cycles, new insurance Exchanges and the future of employer-sponsored insurance.
The work is driven by world-class experts in collaboration with McKinsey’s global network of consultants to help businesses make the transformative changes needed to thrive in the new environment. An independent advisory board of health economists, policy experts and industry leaders ensure that the research is sound.
In keeping with McKinsey principles, the Center does not engage in policymaking or advocacy. Research is independently funded by the partners of McKinsey and is not commissioned by any business, government, or other institution.