Why you should listen
Prior to joining McKinsey, Kristin-Anne experienced the the healthcare industry from the frontline, as a doctor in Iceland.
For the last decade, she has been consulted with healthcare providers in the United Kingdom and Australia to develop strategies and improve operations to deliver higher-quality care for patients.
She works with small and large technology companies, looking to bring innovations into the market as well as supporting payors and providers to better utilize existing technologies and incorporate new digital opportunities.
Meet Kristin-Anne at the Worldwebforum where she is Digital Health Track Moderator.
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Dr Kristin-Anne Rutter is a Partner in McKinsey & Company’s London Office. Trained as a doctor and with experience working in the pharma and medical device industries she has worked for the last 10 years with healthcare providers in the Europe and Australia on strategy and operational improvement to deliver higher quality care for patients. In recent years she has spearheaded thinking on how connectivity, automation and use of data can transform how care is delivered.
She works with small and large technology companies looking to bring innovations into the market as well as supporting payors and providers to better utilize existing technologies and incorporate new digital opportunities. She serves as a non-executive director for Marie Stopes International the largest global provider of reproductive health services.