KPMG is delighted to announce the appointment of Sebastian Habibi as a director in the healthcare corporate finance team. Sebastian will lead on the commercial and contractual issues which healthcare Commissioners and providers need to address to make new models of care work.
Sebastian joins KPMG from the Department of Health, where he was previously a Deputy Director leading national policy on procurement, contracting and payment by results in the NHS and most recently as Head of Social Care Strategic Policy & Finance.
In his new role, Sebastian will be working with Commissioners and healthcare providers, including GPs, NHS hospital trusts, the private and voluntary sector and social enterprises. He will be helping the NHS as a whole to develop commercial and financial arrangements to increase coordinated care delivery.
Commenting on Sebastian’s appointment, Andrew Hine, Head of Healthcare at KPMG LLP UK says: “I am delighted that someone with Sebastian’s experience within the healthcare sector has chosen to join our corporate finance business at KPMG. Sebastian has in-depth knowledge of the NHS and will be aiding Commissioners with commercial issues, and helping NHS Hospital Trusts to respond to tenders from Commissioners.”
On joining KPMG, Sebastian says: “I am looking forward to joining the KPMG Healthcare Corporate Finance team to help organisations make effective use of the commercial tools available to develop new service models, accountable care organisations and in integrating health and social care.”
Ann Burton, KPMG Press Office
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