NEW YORK, April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Deloitte, the largest professional services organization in the United States, has significantly enhanced its regulatory and risk strategies service offering to the life sciences industry with the addition of William (Bill) Greenrose, who joins the practice as a director with Deloitte & Touche LLP. He will be based in Boston.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Greenrose was founder, president and chief executive officer of Qserve America, Inc, a leading independent medical device regulatory consulting firm. In his various roles at Qserve America, Greenrose was responsible for providing regulatory and quality consulting in the areas of regulatory strategy, regulatory submissions, quality system development, implementation, and maintenance in compliance with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), and other global regulators for pharmaceutical and medical device companies worldwide.
Greenrose joins a team of Deloitte professionals focused on enhancing client compliance in the areas of quality systems, risk management and infrastructure as it relates to requirements from FDA, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and other domestic and international regulatory agencies.
"Bill's experience in regulatory strategy, quality system development, implementation, and most importantly compliance with FDA regulations, will be an invaluable asset to our clients," said Kevin McGovern, managing partner and U.S. leader, governance, regulatory & risk strategies practice, Deloitte & Touche LLP. "His years of managing regulatory, quality and clinical departments before founding Qserve, a leading player in this space, validates his hands-on experience. This will serve our clients well as he provides guidance on some of the most difficult areas to navigate."
"Deloitte is a recognized leader in the governance, regulatory and risk space. I am very excited to join such a strong team," said Greenrose. "The regulatory climate is changing rapidly, resulting in an ever increasing demand for quality, regulation and risk mitigation services. With Deloitte's reputation, breadth of knowledge and depth of services, we are strongly positioned to meet the demand. I look forward to sharing the knowledge I have gained over many years in this space and drawing upon the broad base of experience that is housed within Deloitte for the benefit of our clients."
Prior to founding Qserve, Greenrose spent 10 years with M2S, a privately owned company that specializes in medical image and data management services for the improvement of patient outcomes, He served as vice president, chief financial officer, chief operating officer and general manager of M2S, managing regulatory, quality and clinical departments including an industry leading core lab for advanced medical imaging and metrics.
Greenrose holds a master's degree in business administration in management from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He also has a master's degree in biology, microbiology and genetics from Montclair University, also in New Jersey, and a bachelor's degree in marine science, marine biology, and microbiology from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
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