Keith Strier is a Costa Mesa based Principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP. He divides his time between serving clients in the Health Sciences & Government market and a leadership role in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s (“DTTL”) ITS organization. He serves as a Lead Client Service Principal for one of our Office of the CEO relationship clients, a global biotech firm, and advises clients broadly on biomedical innovation, informatics and emerging technology. As the US Managing Principal, Technology Innovation, and the Global Managing Principal, Technology Innovation for DTTL Keith also has responsibility for championing client service technology innovations that drive leadership in the marketplace. Keith serves on the US & Global CIO Executive Leadership Teams, Global CIO Council, US Innovation & Commercialization Council and as a Senior Fellow in the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions.
"Solving complex problems with technology innovation requires much more than tools and platforms; it requires a design process, and crisply defining a problem to solve. As trusted advisors to leaders in every industry, we accelerate our clients through this curve, helping them benefit more quickly from technology innovation by first helping them ask the right questions."
Keith has led many client projects advising hospitals, multi-national pharmaceutical companies, and ministries of health, including the development of a technology innovation strategy for a major academic medical center, a medical tourism strategy for a Caribbean-based MoH, and a health data-based commercialization program for a global biotech firm.
Keith is active in academia and industry, notably serving as a Strategic Advisor to Harvard Medical School’s Center for BioMedical Informatics and frequent co-organizer and facilitator of CBMI-sponsored industry summits. These include the Personally Controlled Health Records Infrastructure Summits in 2007/2008, the National Institutes of Health Summit on Health IT Research in 2009 and the Clinical Bioinformatics Summit in 2010. Keith has been an invited speaker at many universities and conferences worldwide, including UCLA’s LA BioMedical Research Institute, USC’s Global BioBusiness Initiative, Seoul National University in South Korea, Peking Union Medical Center in Beijing, Personalized Medicine World Conferences in Tel Aviv and Silicon Valley, and the Wireless Life Science Congress in San Diego.
Keith has a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial & Labor Relations with Honors from Cornell University (1993) and a Law Degree from New York University’s School of Law (1996).
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