Dr. Abdul Shaikh is a director and Population Health team lead. He helps senior executives and organizations identify and build their capacity to harness the value of data for business strategy in population health (i.e., administrative, research, industry, policy, and patient-centered care). Abdul has a passion for advancing new and sustainable models for real-world data/evidence, and developing cross-sector partnerships in biomedicine and public health. His clients include government, non-profit and commercial organizations who need help defining their future priorities, developing roadmaps for growth, gaining stakeholder alignment, and implementing change.
Prior to joining the firm, Abdul led a program of health services research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recognized by the HHS Office of the Secretary for leading the first HHS innovation prize competitions and the first NIH small business innovation grants for population health. Abdul is viewed as a leader in emerging health innovation and is a sought-after speaker and author with organizations such as Health Datapalooza, Wharton Innovation Summit, and the Wall Street Journal.
Post-Doc Fellow, National Cancer Institute Ph.D., Public Health, University of Michigan M.H.Sc., Public Health, University of Toronto B.Sc., Psychology, University of Toronto
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Huntington Study Group National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved RWJF Paradigm Project National Library of Medicine HSR Advisory Committee