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Richard Bartlett

Richard Bartlett is an associate partner at McKinsey & Company in London and a leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare and Health Systems practice, and Medical Products practice. Richard serves clients across both the public and private sector across Europe and the Middle East on a broad range of topics.

Previously, Richard was the co-Founder and Deputy Director of ‘Innovations in Healthcare’ (formerly known as the International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery), a non-profit established by McKinsey, the World Economic Forum and Duke University.

Richard has supported the preparation of a number of landmark health systems reports. Including in 2009, “Unlocking Productivity: Lessons from Entrepreneurs Around the World” that was presented at Davos. In 2012, he co-authored “A Neglected Resource: Transforming Healthcare through Human Capital” which was presented at the Global Health Policy Summit in London. Richard has authored various other reports and case studies on healthcare innovation.

Richard holds a first class degree from the University of Warwick in Industrial Economics where he was the deputy coordinator of the Warwick Economics Summit in 2008, the largest student-run conference in Europe.