With global expertise in healthcare redesign, Emmeline Roodenburg works closely with policy makers and government stakeholders to transform healthcare systems and operations to be more effective for patients. She combines her healthcare knowledge with deeply rooted project management skills and brings clarity to complicated issues.
Emmeline holds a dual Masters in Law and Economics. She joined KPMG in the Netherlands in 2011 and moved to the New York City office in 2013 to focus on large health system redesign. In the United States and Canada Emmeline has specialized herself in the state and local government/payer market with a specific focus on policy, program and analytical support structures geared at implementing viable change. She was one of the lead directors for KPMG to support a USD100 million engagement to transform New York States’ health system. Emmeline has in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with all sides of the healthcare sector that enables her to generate and implement viable change. Her areas of expertise include international health systems with a focus on care system redesign including value-based payment systems, provider transformation and change management.
She joined KPMG in Saudi Arabia in the summer of 2019 to lead the Healthcare practice across the Saudi Levant Cluster, bringing her global experience and perspectives to work with additional system players in the Middle East. She lives with her family in Riyadh.