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Jack Topdjian is a Partner in McKinsey’s Healthcare Technology and Digital practice with a focus on strategy, digital capability building and innovation in healthcare. Jack has extensive experience spanning entrepreneurship, private equity, high tech and consulting. Jack is passionate about impacting the Global and US health delivery systems through the application of innovative technologies and engineering principles focused on improving clinical outcome and making quality healthcare more affordable. His most recent interest is on strategies to define and execute digital journeys to successfully evolve healthcare companies from an analogue construct to a symbiotic digital ecosystem in service of society’s most vulnerable members.
Prior to Mckinsey, Jack led PwC’s and Booz&Co Digital, Business and Technology practices. He was on the North American Management Executive Team and a member of the PwC Global and NA Technology Consulting Leadership Boards. Jack holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering and Operations Research from the American University of Beirut and a Master of Science in Industrial and Management Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. His Masters thesis was about the application of Artificial Intelligence to enable alignment between manufacturing consumers, product development, and R&D. Jack is the author to numerous articles on the Global and US healthcare industry challenges and the application of innovative technology advances to address them.
Jack and his spouse Lina Slim live in Millington NJ. Lina has a PhD in Health Sciences Leadership and is a renowned expert clinician of integrated intervention approaches for Children with Autism. Their oldest son Philippe is married to his Babson College sweetheart Kseniya and works as a systems analyst for Daimler Benz in Portland, OR. Their youngest, Albert is a graduate from Carnegie Mellon and is driving an education technology related start-up in Pittsburgh.
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