Managing Director & Partner, Global Sector Leader, Health Care Payers, Providers, Systems & Services
Ben Horner joined The Boston Consulting Group in 2007 as a consultant. He has worked extensively with the National Health Service and private hospitals, focusing on rapid financial improvement, health economy transformation, and supporting delivery. He is part of the HCPA Scientist Network at BCG.
In his recent client work at BCG, Ben has led the execution of four NHS hospital financial improvement programs, redesigned clinical pathways, created sustainable services across health systems, and conducted strategy and operational reviews for private acute care hospitals. He has compiled global toolkits from BCG data and worked with biopharma and pharma clients on marketing and cost-reduction projects.
Prior to joining the firm, Ben was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University in a transatlantic collaborative PhD program as part of the team due to perform the first British face transplant. Ben worked as a doctor for eight years, specializing in plastic surgery.
Value-based health care (VBHC) is high on the agenda for many health care payers, providers, and policymakers globally. How can payment models be designed to effectively deliver VBHC?
The workforce shortage is rooted in employee burnout and inefficient care.
European health care companies struggle with digital maturity. We have identified four reasons for this, and key success factors for addressing these challenges.
Protecting the health-vulnerable population first can shave months off a country’s reopening.
The pandemic has triggered a revolution in how health systems deliver care. It’s time to build on that momentum and make long-lasting improvements.
The health systems that gain the most resilience and agility emerging from the crisis will be those that permanently change the way they work.
Through strategies of combination, hospitals can take the lead in creating more integrated health systems that deliver better outcomes at lower cost.