John Rudoy

Principal, Health & Life Sciences
John Rudoy is a Principal in the San Francisco Office. He has worked with a range of clients, including payers, providers, and health IT firms, to address the challenges and opportunities that develop from changing consumer expectations, reimbursement structures, and regulations among other issues.

Recent experience includes:

  • For a regional health insurance company, conducted a market segmentation based on primary and secondary research, identifying priority segments and designing tailored approaches
  • For regional health plan partnered with a population health management company, identified key market segments and developed a roadmap for engaging these segments (including the large employer segment)
  • Led multiple primary research efforts for clients and to develop the internal Oliver Wyman knowledge base, characterizing, prioritizing, and designing strategic approaches to a range of health insurance customer segments
  • Ran the strategy office of a regional healthcare provider, addressing a number of critical issues around partnership creation, payer engagement, and asset development
  • For a $10B regional healthcare provider, managed the creation and initial operations of a strategic transformation office responsible for guiding a major reorganization
  • For a regional health system, coordinated a team of clinical, IT, and community resources to redesign the acute case management system to be better coordinated with ambulatory and post-acute settings
  • For a prominent healthcare IT firm, designed and detailed business requirements for a next generation healthcare software solution based on primary research, data analysis, and internal ideation sessions
  • For a second prominent IT firm, led a team of internal personnel (including the division COO and CMO), to identify opportunities to increase revenue by $700M over three years, while reducing costs by $2M
  • For a regional health insurance company, designed and achieved agreement on a partnership with a healthcare provider designed to promote healthcare quality and efficiency for a population of 50K patients representing $120M in medical spend
  • For a second partnership between a health insurance company and a provider organization, designed a Medicare Advantage offering and implementation plan projected to obtain >$100M in revenue at maturity while removing $20M in unnecessary medical spend

John holds a PhD in Neuroscience from Northwestern University, where he studied memory processes in aging adults with and without dementia and developed new methodologies for diagnosing dementia and enhancing memory performance. He holds a BA from Williams College.