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


Washington University

Stanford University
BA, history