|Life Sciences Industry Veteran Joins Huron to Expand Global Business|
“Consumers, payers and policymakers place increasing pressure on global
life sciences companies to justify the value of their innovations,” said
Huron Chief Executive Officer and President
Westwood will provide leadership to Huron’s global life sciences experts as they guide clients through complex strategic, payer and regulatory challenges that cross the healthcare sector. He will focus on accelerating Huron’s growth in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries and continuing to expand its global business. This includes enhancing Huron’s support of life sciences organizations in the areas of strategy, pricing, reimbursement and transactions, while drawing on Huron’s expertise and presence in the healthcare and education sectors.
Westwood has more than 25 years of experience working with life sciences
companies worldwide. He has advised more than 200 organizations on
issues such as corporate and business unit strategy, commercialization
strategies, portfolio design and transactions. Westwood most recently
served as senior partner and managing director at
Huron also announced today that for financial reporting purposes, its
life sciences practice will be reported as part of its Business Advisory
Huron is a global professional services firm committed to achieving sustainable results in partnership with its clients. The company brings depth of expertise in strategy, technology, operations, advisory services and analytics to drive lasting and measurable results in the healthcare, higher education, life sciences and commercial sectors. Through focus, passion and collaboration, Huron provides guidance to support organizations as they contend with the change transforming their industries and businesses. Learn more at www.huronconsultinggroup.com.
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