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Nithya Vinjamoori


Helps healthcare providers grow and strengthen performance across the care continuum; leads our work with pre- and post-acute providers

Nithya is a core leader in McKinsey’s Healthcare Practice and has extensive experience working with provider organizations on growth, strategy, and operations topics. She has served regional not-for-profit health systems and large for-profit health systems on their biggest strategic and operational priorities.

In addition, Nithya has specific expertise on pre- and post-acute healthcare services, including physician and ambulatory care, care at home, and ancillary services such as physical therapy.

Examples from her recent work include the following:

  • serving multiple innovative value-based care provider organizations and helping strengthen capabilities, operating models, and financial performance
  • leading a patient-experience transformation for a large ancillary-healthcare provider across a distributed network of clinics
  • leading an operational transformation for a regional health system for initiatives spanning growth and efficiency levers
  • helping a leading academic medical center develop a next generation growth and partnership plan, which included helping expand its ambulatory assets and develop a physician-alignment strategy

Nithya has written publications on the topic of the future of healthcare, including how healthcare may shift across institutional sites of care and into patients’ homes.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Nithya worked at J.P.Morgan Chase in its investment banking and asset management divisions.


The next frontier of care delivery in healthcare,” McKinsey & Company, March 2022

How ‘Care at Home’ ecosystems can reshape the way health systems envision patient care,” McKinsey & Company, February 2022

Physicians examine options in a post-COVID-19 era,” McKinsey & Company, June 2020

The evolution of healthcare-provider profit pools,” McKinsey & Company, August 2019


J.P. Morgan Chase
Associate, asset management
Analyst, investment banking


Harvard Business School

The University of Chicago
BA, economics