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Joseph A. Mitchell

Partner, Boston
Serves clients throughout the healthcare industry—most recently focusing on payors and providers—on a variety of projects, including the implications of healthcare reform, growth strategy, and integrated-care delivery models for both national payors and regional plans

About Joseph

Joe, who joined the firm in 2007, serves clients across the healthcare value chain. He supports regional and national provider systems on a range of strategic and operational projects, including value-based care, growth strategy, the supply chain, and managed-care contracting. Joe also supports other service providers, including dialysis, laboratory services, pharmaceutical distributors, and value-based-care technology vendors.

Joe coleads McKinsey’s population health management and value-based care work in North America. He recently led the design and execution of a 2,000-member clinically integrated network launch and serves payors in a variety of work, including the implications of healthcare reform, growth strategy, and integrated-care delivery models for both national payors and regional plans.

Examples of Joe’s recent work include the following:

  • supporting value-based-care strategy efforts for several large nonprofit provider systems across the country
  • leading a large-scale, 12-month value-based-care and payment-transition project for a $5 billion regional health system
  • designing and implementing a 2,000-member clinically integrated network launch (one of the largest in the country)
  • supporting several vendor evaluations for population-health data and analytic platforms, including value-based-care analytics and care management
  • developing a value-based-care strategy for a large national healthcare-analytics provider
  • developing an IT and business-intelligence strategy for a value-based-care business unit

Before joining McKinsey, Joe trained in the Harvard urology residency program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He also completed an NIH-sponsored research fellowship in prostate cancer at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

Past experience

Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Resident physician

Education

Washington University
MD

Stanford University
BA, history