Our National Health Practice provides a range of expertise that can assist across the health system including health analytics, integrated care, productivity and digital health.

We work with clients to help solve the complex challenges health organisations face - working on diverse projects, from the development of the most appropriate health policies and strategies, to on the ground implementation.

Who we are

We are a team of over 100 health specialists providing a depth of understanding and practical experience reflective of our dedication to the health industry and diverse backgrounds – from clinicians, hospital administrators, policy experts, program directors, actuaries, to thoughts leaders in e-Health and Disability.

Our Australian team brings experience from the US, UK, New Zealand, Germany, Canada, Netherlands and Singapore and we have ready access to the accumulated knowledge of PwC's Global Health Team and PwC's Health Research Institute.

How we can work with you

We can work with you to help solve the complex challenges you face. We work on diverse projects, from the development of the most appropriate health policies and strategies, to on-the-ground implementation – working shoulder to shoulder with you and your team.

Our clients include state and federal government, leading private sector organisations such as private insurers, pharmaceutical companies, and new entrants into the health market. 

Your team at PwC

National Leaders

Sarah Butler

Partner, National Health Leader, Sydney

+61 2 8266 5091


Richard Royle

Partner, Digital Health Leader , Brisbane

+61 7 3257 5175


Office Based Leaders

Nathan Schlesinger

Partner, NSW Leader, Sydney

+61 2 8266 0990


Chris Rogan

Partner, QLD Leader, Brisbane

+61 7 3257 5152


Tricia Tebbutt

Partner, WA Leader, Perth

+61 8 9238 5043


Michael Kitts

Partner, VIC Leader, Melbourne

+61 2 8266 3542


Stuart Babbage

Partner, ACT Leader, Canberra

+61 2 6271 3021


Healthcare updates

Healthcare reform: Why the stars are finally aligning

This report explores how environmental factors, combined with more powerful and integrated technologies are creating opportunities to significantly improve Australia's healthcare system. 

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Standing on the shoulders of giants: Driving digital transformation by adopting 'Meaningful Use' legislation

This report explores how the adoption of 'Meaningful Use' legislation in an Australian context can drive digital transformation in Australian hospitals. 

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The DNA of Health IT Change Management

This paper shares PwC’s experience with change management challenges associated with eHRs in Australia as seen from the individual perspectives of relevant professions – a Doctor, Nurse, Allied Health professional and Health Administrator, the ‘DNA’ of health IT change management.

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mHealth Insights Series

According to the PwC and GSMA report, global mHealth revenues will increase nearly six-fold by 2017, with monitoring services and applications representing 65% of the market. Based on this finding, mHealth has the potential to make a great impact on the healthcare industry, yet organisations are still uncertain on how to capitalise on the technology.

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The value of Indigenous sight

PwC and PwC's Indigenous Consulting (PIC) worked with the University of Melbourne to estimate the economic benefits of implementing the 42 recommendations in the Roadmap. Our report, The value of Indigenous Sight, compares the costs and benefits of current eye care services and programs with the costs and benefits of the additional strategies and activities recommended by the Roadmap.

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Issues and Decisions - a report on the Australian pharmaceutical industry

Based on a survey of industry participants from pharmaceutical companies, wholesalers and industry peak bodies, the report brings together a 'whole of industry' picture of views, concerns, emerging issues and trends.

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Weighing the cost of obesity: A case for action 


Connecting the dots

Integrating care

Chapter 3

Understanding the moments that matter to the patient is essential for integrating care, to deliver the best patient experience and outcomes. PwC's National Health Practice interviews, Justin McLean, PwC Partner and Cancer 'thrivor'.


Moments that matter

Chapter 4

" I was the youngest by 32 years in the ward and rebuilding my body physically was a key moment that mattered to me"

PwC's National Health Practice interviews, Justin McLean, PwC partner and Cancer 'thrivor'.


The role of the Carer

There's no ward like home

Chapter 5

"The role of the carer is one of the most powerful and necessary roles that cannot be understated at all"

PwC's National Health Practice interviews, Justin McLean, PwC partner and Cancer 'thrivor'.


The future - 'Thrivor'

More than just a survivor

Chapter 6

"The biggest thing as an outsider I would like to contribute back as an outsider and assist with, is this experience in totality."

PwC's National Health Practice interviews, Justin McLean, PwC partner and Cancer 'thrivor'.

Contact us

Sarah Butler
Partner, National Health Leader
Tel: +61 2 8266 5091

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