Jude Uzonwanne is a Principal with IQVIA, the world’s largest pure play healthcare adviser. Based in Singapore, Jude leads IQVIA’s work with strategic planning and transaction advisory for clients across the Asia Pacific region as well as select clients based in the United States.
Jude’s work is increasingly focused on the future of healthcare and health systems, and how existing infrastructure, work processes, HCP deployment models, and patient care approaches will evolve driven by structural shifts such as aging, growth in NCDs, integration of digital tools into care, and the need for managing public health budgets. Using a variety of methodologies, he is working with a range of clients to reimagine what the health system should be.
With over 18 years of experience in healthcare and life sciences, advising pharmaceutical multinationals, Jude’s work has also included advising pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, private equity firms, sovereign wealth funds, hospitals, healthcare IT services companies, and other health care providers. In the course of his work, Jude has developed expert capabilities in strategy (corporate, BU, franchise area), transaction models (licensing, M&A), commercial models, and public health policy planning. Across his client work, Jude maintains a consistent objective: support clients to evaluate.
Prior to IQVIA, Jude held senior roles at a number of firms including but not limited to EY Parthenon, Bain & Company, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, DDB Health, and Monitor Group. In these roles, he supported a variety of clients across global markets on issues ranging from improving hospital efficiency to new models for improving access to vaccines. His geographic experience is equally extensive; he has worked and/or lived in United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Brazil, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, South Africa, China, Japan, the Philippines, South Korea, Singapore, and Malaysia. Jude is a double BA (Hons) in Economics and Political Sciences graduate of Swarthmore College