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By understanding the root causes of traffic crashes, policy makers can take steps to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on the road.
The world's increasingly complex health systems need a culture that continually develops new leaders. Our research highlights four principles for better leadership development.
Public-private partnerships can create a cycle of mutual benefit for all parties involved, with the private sector not just a benefactor but a beneficiary as well.
McKinsey outlines seven reforms that address supply and demand in the health-care market and may help to curb ever-increasing spending.
Nearly 11 million children die every year due to a lack of vaccination programs. McKinsey research suggests that network analysis, a business-improvement technique, could change this.
India has a great opportunity—and also faces a huge challenge—when it comes to providing health insurance for its large population.
A report that draws on McKinsey research found that the private sector could provide 60 percent of the funds that Sub-Saharan Africa needs to improve its health care.