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Jim Larson joined Boston Consulting Group in 2004. He is a core member of BCG’s Health Care and Social Impact practices. Jim also leads the firm’s partnership with the Gates Foundation.

Jim has spent time in BCG’s Washington DC, Mumbai, and Seattle offices, primarily working in health care and global public health. He has also led a number of related efforts engaging the private sector on global health topics, and is particularly active in the driving impact of digital in global health.

In his role leading the firm’s work with the Gates Foundation, Jim supports strategy development and execution for the foundation and their grantees. He has worked with the foundation for more than ten years, and has contributed to more than 60 projects for nearly all of their global program teams.

Before joining BCG, Jim focused on economic and health policy at Harvard University.

Areas of Expertise

  • Health care
  • Global public health
  • Digital health
  • Innovation ecosystem development
  • Nonprofit transformation and enablement
  • Strategy development
  • Advanced analytics and geospatial analysis
  • Market attractiveness
  • Consumer behavior analysis

Education

  • AB, economics, cum laude, Harvard University
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