Healthcare

Helping solve the complex challenges facing the health industry

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

PwC’s Australia Health Practice works with all segments of the health sector. We bring to health care engagements a depth of understanding and practical experience that can only come from people who have dedicated their professional lives to the industry, supported by the resources of a global firm.

We are a team of over 200 health specialists providing a depth of understanding and practical experience reflective of our dedication to the health industry, with diverse backgrounds including: clinicians, hospital management, policy experts, strategists, actuaries, program directors,technologists to thought leaders in specific topics like e-Health, Mental Health and Disability.

Our Australian team brings experience from the US/Canada/South America, Europe (e.g. UK, Germany, Netherlands), Asia (e.g. China, India, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam) and New Zealand, 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. 

 

 

National Leaders

Sarah Butler

Partner, Health Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 2 8266 5091

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Richard Royle

Partner, Digital Health Leader , Brisbane, PwC Australia

+61 7 3257 5175

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Office Based Leaders

Nathan Schlesinger

Partner, NSW Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 2 8266 0990

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Chris Rogan

Partner, QLD Leader, Brisbane, PwC Australia

+61 7 3257 5152

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Tricia Tebbutt

Partner, WA Leader, Perth, PwC Australia

+61 8 9238 5043

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Stuart Babbage

Partner, ACT Leader, Canberra, PwC Australia

+61 2 6271 3021

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How one Partner and the PwC Health Economics team demonstrated the impact and benefits of a rare cancer treatment

PwC Australia Partner John Cannings was diagnosed in 2014 with a rare lung cancer, ALK-rearranged (or ALK-positive) lung cancer. Less than 5% of patients with non-small cell lung cancer have tumors with a specific abnormality, a chromosomal rearrangement in a gene called ALK. John was one of them.

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PwC Health publications

Practical innovation: Closing the social infrastructure gap in health and ageing

Australia has a relatively advanced and equitable health and ageing system, but if we do not plan strategically for the future and innovate, starting now, we risk in the not-too-distant future having an outdated, unsustainable system, that is unfit for purpose and unable to meet the needs of the population.

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Private Health Insurance - progress towards reform

We believe that Australia has one of the best health systems in the world. But, the challenges facing healthcare systems today are monumental. Private Health Insurance reform announcements are a good first step but long term healthcare sustainability is needed.

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PwC commentary on Productivity Commission Health review

Whilst Australia has a highly regarded healthcare system with good health outcomes at reasonable costs, it is not sustainable. We see significant opportunities to shift the dial in how health and care are currently focused, delivered, funded and incentivised. This commentary looks at areas of improvement and potential solutions.

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Contact us

Sarah Butler
Partner, Health Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 5091
Email

Richard Royle
Partner, Digital Health Leader , PwC Australia
Tel: +61 7 3257 5175
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