Ross White is a Director in the Center for Healthcare Regulatory Insight at KPMG, where he conducts research and provides strategic guidance on regulatory and policy matters impacting healthcare system transformation. Mr. White has an MA in Public Policy from The George Washington University and nearly a decade of experience analyzing and writing about healthcare and life sciences policies.
Professional and Industry experience
As part of the Center for Healthcare Regulatory Insight, Mr. White provides analysis for internal and external audiences on policy and regulatory trends impacting providers, payers, and life sciences companies, particularly related to value-based payment reforms. He produces thought leadership, including presentations, papers, and policy forums with Center and firm leadership; manages and provides research and deliverable support for engagements with healthcare and life sciences organization clients; leads content development of a weekly publication on healthcare policy and regulatory developments; supports management with new business development; and coordinates efforts of the Center with relevant advisory, audit, and tax functions across the firm.
Previously as a Senior Project Manager at The Brookings Institution, he managed and developed content for the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Learning Network and other projects on US healthcare system reform efforts. He provided health care providers, payers, and other industry stakeholders with insights necessary to implement new payment and delivery models; and led a team of researchers analyzing trends, performance data, and emerging policies for ACOs. Mr. White was also a Research Assistant and Public Policy Associate at The Hastings Center, a bioethics research and policy institute, where he examined pressing policy issues, including health system reform, emerging biotechnologies, and personalized medicine. While completing his BA at Davidson College, he conducted research at the President’s Council on Bioethics and the Institute of Human Values in Health Care at the Medical University of South Carolina.