BDC Advisors hires Tina Modi as managing director

15 August 2022 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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BDC Advisors, a national healthcare consulting firm, has hired Tina Modi as a managing director based in Nashville.

Modi brings more than 20 years of management consulting experience to BDC, where she will focus on driving results with healthcare innovation.

Modi has deep expertise helping clients across industries commercialize new products and services, create new business lines and companies, and operate and grow more effectively. She has recently specialized in helping large healthcare providers establish specialty pharmacy businesses.

Modi spent the last two-and-a-half years as president of Three-Sixty Advisory Group, a Pasadena, CA-based firm that provides management consulting services to hospitals and health systems. Before that, she spent eight years at management consultancy North Highland, where she led the firm’s strategy practice and healthcare sector.

BDC Advisors hires Tina Modi as managing director

Modi began her consulting career at Accenture, where she spent nine years and was latterly a partner in the IT and business strategy practice.

She has an MBA from the University of Texas and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.

“BDC is responding to market demand and growing,” said Andrew Ziskind, MD, CEO of BDC Advisors.  “Tina's addition to our leadership team, will significantly strengthen BDC's ability to respond to the issues that the firm's clients are asking us to address. These include restructuring payer provider relationships, addressing pricing transparency challenges and opportunities, engaging and aligning providers, and strategically positioning health system and academic medical center organizations for growth."

BDC was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Miami. The firm’s more than 50 professionals deliver enterprise strategy, organizational development and design, payer provider innovation, population health strategy, and risk-based value contracting to academic health systems and community, regional, and multi-state provider systems.