Matt McNally, dentsu health

Matt McNally, dentsu health

Global President

Matt has dedicated his entire career to the healthcare industry and is now leading dentsu’s health and wellness business globally. Matt has a proven track record of helping companies and brands transform their businesses to better meet the needs of consumers, patients, caregivers and providers.

Prior to joining dentsu health, Matt was the CEO of Outcome Health, a large healthcare technology company. Matt was recruited by Google and Goldman Sachs in 2018 to led the company’s turnaround. While at Outcome Health, Matt helped create new products and service offerings for healthcare providers, patients and large hospital systems delivered at the Point of Care and through virtual care.

Prior to Outcome Health, McNally spent over twenty years on the ad agency side of the health business. He has helped launch and market some of the largest global brands in the category. Matt spent over a decade at Publicis Health. During his tenure, he launched Publicis Health Media, the first global media agency focused on creating unique services and platforms for health and wellness clients. In addition, he was the President of Digitas Health North America, and also led Razorfish Health through a business transformation.

Matt has been recognized as a leader and visionary in the healthcare space.  He was named Agency Marketer of the Year by MM&M, PharmaVoice recognized Matt as one of the 100 most influential people in the life sciences industry, PRWeek named Matt as one of the 50 Top Health Influencers, and DTC National named him as one of the biggest innovators in healthcare marketing today. Matt also was The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man of the Year. McNally has been on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Ad Council.

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