Partner and Director, Value-Based Health Systems
Jennifer Clawson is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Health Care practice and the global coordinator for the firm's value-based health care program, working with clients across all sectors of the industry.
Since joining BCG in 1999, Jennifer has worked extensively in value-based health care, partnering with numerous clients to create new value-based business models and evaluate strategic opportunities to improve health outcomes. In addition, she helped design data-driven business models on condition and patient level for a large private-provider organization and has implemented a clinical trials registry and database.
Jennifer also played a key role in the establishment of ICHOM (the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement), a not-for-profit organization focused on health care outcome measurement that was cofounded by BCG with Michael Porter of Harvard Business School and the Karolinska Institute.
Prior to joining BCG, Jennifer was a vice president at J.P. Morgan, where she worked on the futures brokerage business and the investment banking business.
The workforce shortage is rooted in employee burnout and inefficient care.
How can health systems deliver patient-centered, value-based care worldwide? To answer this question, BCG experts Stefan Larsson, Jennifer Clawson, and Josh Kellar (with Robert Howard) examine powerful case studies of public and private innovators in high- and low-income countries alike. The Patient Priority is designed as a practical step-by-step guide for clinicians, payers, and policymakers to put these ideas into action.
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Texas Health Resources is developing bundled offerings that are comprehensive in coverage and transparent in terms of pricing and outcomes.
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