Managing Director & Partner
Jonathan Scott is a core member of Boston Consulting Group's Health Care, Public Sector, and Principal Investors & Private Equity practices. His clients include hospitals, health systems and other health services companies, state and local governments, and private equity firms and their portfolio companies.
Jonathan works on a broad range of topics, including growth strategy, operational efficiency, digital health, and large-scale transformation. He is one of the firm's leaders on clinical change management and state and local government response to COVID-19. In addition, he has extensive experience leading operational and cost transformations in health systems and due diligences of health care services businesses.
Before joining the firm, Jonathan was a leader in McKinsey & Company's clinical operations and implementation groups for health care providers, focused on improving operational efficiency and reducing clinical variation. He was also an operating executive at a national PE-backed physician services and technology company in the US and was a physician in the UK.
COVID-19 revealed the cracks in how public health departments use data to respond to a crisis. The fix doesn’t have to take years.
How do digital health preferences of Medicaid members differ from those of commercially insured members? Our findings debunk outdated views that members do not have internet access, are not digitally savvy, and do not want to engage with their providers in digital ways.
By putting patients first, state Medicaid agencies can help bring about a much-needed transformation of the entire health ecosystem.
US states face the delicate task of scaling back their COVID-19 public-health infrastructure while ensuring that they are better prepared for the next crisis.
Governments cannot let the most vulnerable be the least protected again. Countries, regions, and states can still get the rollout right through science, hard work, and vigilance.
A new consumer sentiment survey reveals concrete steps that health care providers can take to accelerate patients’ return.
Through strategies of combination, hospitals can take the lead in creating more integrated health systems that deliver better outcomes at lower cost.