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Matt Carey

Project Leader, M3-MBA

Packard Health

Highlights: Matt Carey is a current M3 in the MD program at the University of Michigan Medical School. Prior to starting medical school, Matt worked at McKinsey & Company in Houston, where he worked on health care projects for health insurers, health systems, and government clients in the United States and Australia. His projects focused on the topics of labor productivity, physician productivity, patient flow, performance measurement, health system procurement, health system market strategy, Medicaid, the Exchanges, and health insurance benefit design.
Education: Matt earned a BA in Economics from Rice University. He also has an MBA from the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. He is currently pursuing an MD at the University of Michigan Medical School on a full-tuition Dean’s Scholarship.
Select Experiences:
  • Currently performs health services research at the University of Michigan Medical School on the over-utilization of low-value health services and improper antibiotic prescribing

  • Provided analytical support to the McKinsey Center for US Health System Reform to develop a methodology for health care cost categorization by medical risk category and value of services

  • Developed a model for disaggregating Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO) growth by key drivers that has been used in both client engagements and external publications

  • Participated in a health system transformation where he was part of the team that worked with the mental health service to implement changes to reduce average length of stay and ED wait times for psychiatric patients

  • Provided analytical support to a hospital system client that was creating a new growth strategy to aid in the prioritization of geographies, service lines, and innovative business models

  • Supported a large health insurance client undergoing an internal reorganization to better align internal teams with a changing health care landscape