JLL Expands Healthcare Business with Strategic Hire

February 12, 2019

JLL announced Bruce Cattie has joined the firm as Managing Director, Solutions Development, Healthcare. He will be responsible for growing the firm’s healthcare corporate solutions business in the northeastern United States.

“Amid a transformation to value-based healthcare, providers today face tremendous pressure to do more with less,” said Richard Taylor, Executive Managing Director and leader of JLL’s Healthcare group. “Real estate and facilities represent a significant opportunity to address the challenges presented by this era of disruption. Bruce’s expertise, coupled with our global healthcare platform, will provide healthcare systems with the tools they need to improve patient experience, mitigate risk and reduce costs.” 

With more than 30 years of experience, Cattie has a long tenure of executing strategic healthcare partnerships across the U.S. He most recently worked as a Managing Director at Arlington, Virginia-based Evolent Health, where he aligned with leading health systems to drive value-based care transformation through innovative population health and risk-bearing joint ventures. In addition, he previously led business development at Perot Systems, where he was responsible for the delivery of IT and business process outsourcing engagements to more than 300 healthcare providers. He also held a succession of senior leadership positions at McKesson, where he closed the largest software and robotics deal in the division’s history collaborating with one of the top 10 largest health systems in the U.S.

“JLL has an impressive global healthcare platform and is a leader in utilizing technology to create real estate and facilities solutions for its clients,” Cattie said. “I look forward to leveraging JLL’s deep bench of talent and resources to help healthcare providers and systems deliver higher quality patient care and achieve stronger balance sheets in this important era of achieving the dimensions of the Triple Aim in the healthcare industry.”

Cattie holds a bachelor’s in finance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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