As EY Global Health Sector Leader, David is responsible for driving the health industry growth and development strategy by focusing on clients, connecting people and building EY health services and knowledge. A seasoned strategy practitioner with deep experience in health and life sciences, David previously served as the EY Asia Pacific health services leader.
Prior to joining EY, he was the Secretary for Health and Human services in Australia and a member of the Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council.
David earned an MBA from University of Bath and was a fellow at the Australasian College of Health Service Management.
How David is building a better working world
“My global role enables me to rethink the future of healthcare, especially the increased role of consumers, technology and social media. Whether by default or design, citizens are taking a larger responsibility for their own health, and with this comes seismic change.
The purchasing power is shifting from payers and providers to people - which in turn will increase demand for more value-driven care, transparency around price, and of course digital and mobile technologies. This is the disrupter we will welcome and facilitate over the next 3 to 5 years.”