Daniel Gorlin joined Boston Consulting Group in 2007. He leads BCG’s Health Care practice in the Great Lakes and runs the Great Lakes Project Leader Career Development Committee (CDC). In his client work, Daniel focuses almost exclusively on health care services, particularly government insurance programs, including Medicare and Medicaid. Daniel helps his private sector clients build market strategies and transform their go-to-market, clinical, and digital capabilities. He is an expert on regulatory policy and currently heads a vaccine equity initiative for the health insurance industry in conjunction with the Biden Administration, helping minorities in underserved communities gain access to COVID-19 vaccine supply.

Prior to joining BCG, Daniel worked as an investment analyst at Argus Partners, a health-care-oriented hedge fund. Prior to that, he worked in Pfizer’s International and Regulatory Affairs and Federal Governmental Affairs departments, where he helped devise international lobbying strategies on issues including patent compulsory licensing, parallel importing, and price controls.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Privately run government insurance programs
  • Value-based primary care and home health
  • Growth strategies
  • Clinical care models

EDUCATION

  • JD, honors, Harvard Law School
  • MPA, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs
  • BA, political science, magna cum laude, Columbia University

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • H. Thomas Austern Memorial Writing Award for publication on pharmaceutical industry go-to-market strategies