Chief Information Officer
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Doug Beaudoin is the Chief Information Officer for the Deloitte US Firms, leading all facets of technology. He is responsible for strategy, applications, infrastructure, support, and execution, and he is passionate about applying his client service and technology background to accelerate innovation in Deloitte’s portfolios and drive virtualization and digital transformation advantages in the marketplace.
Doug is instrumental in the transformation of technology at Deloitte into a worldwide community of technology professionals working across member firms to serve Deloitte and drive synergies and efficiencies across our network. Beaudoin spends time working with major clients discussing technology strategy, trends, and leadership. He is a member of the Deloitte US Management Committee and serves as a Deloitte advisory partner to two large health system clients.
With 30 years of experience in areas including the Life Sciences and Health Care industry, Beaudoin has advised many of the industry’s market leaders on their most strategic and transformative initiatives, driving shifts enabled by technology.
Previously, Beaudoin served as Vice Chair and US Life Sciences and Health Care (LSHC) Industry Leader for Deloitte LLP, leading the overall strategic direction for the life sciences and health care practices, including audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services. He also served as Deloitte’s Health Care Global Leader and US LSHC Consulting Leader, as well as the Consulting Leader for the Deloitte Private client channel. He worked closely with Federal Health and served as a Deloitte advisory partner for several federal clients.
Beaudoin’s deep IT experience includes large-scale digital implementations and technology transformation projects for both commercial and government organizations, incorporating the convergence of data and platforms. He led the development of Deloitte’s proprietary ConvergeHEALTH hybrid healthcare solutions business, directed at transforming the health care system toward health and wellness powered by radically interoperable data for personalized and seamless consumer experience.
Beaudoin holds a Master of Health Administration from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario. He serves on the Boston board of City Year.
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