Jordan Hirsch is a senior project manager for the NEST Coordinating Center.
Prior to joining MDIC, Jordan worked for the National Quality Forum as a Project Analyst, assisting with both content and administrative tasks on projects such as: Patient Experience and Function Consensus Development Process, Person-Centered Planning Framework, and the Measure Applications Partnership for Clinicians; Hospitals; and Post-Acute Care/Long-Term Care. In addition to his work for NQF, he has a background in health policy and regulations from his time working as a Corporate Compliance and Data Analyst with Tufts Medical Center, and a physiological research background from his days working at the University of Miami’s physiology laboratory as a Research Assistant.
Jordan received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from the University in Miami. He earned his master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Suffolk University.