Co-Founder and Member of the Board
Fred Goeringer co-founded TIAG in 1999 and served as the company’s managing principal until 2017. Under his stewardship, the company cultivated a brawny project management portfolio focused on modernizing military medicine. As a member of TIAG’s board of directors, Fred applies more than four decades of experience leading successful major enterprise acquisitions and implementations across military medicine, academia and industry in the U.S. and abroad. Specializing in information systems for health care delivery enterprises, Fred developed and delivered large-scale projects and state-change initiatives. Along the way, his work in telemedicine and digital imaging transformed the field of diagnostic medical imaging.
Previously, Fred was senior managing director at Philips Medical Systems, where he created successful cardiology and radiology network offerings for enterprise health care settings. As a U.S. Army medical services corps officer, he developed the business vehicle for telemedicine and advanced technology for all military medicine across the Department of Defense. Fred is credited for bringing Army medical technology into the digital age, having developed the first successful major implementation of filmless medical imaging and information technology on an enterprise-wide basis. Fred earned a master of science in clinical engineering at Case Western Reserve University, a MBA at Syracuse University, a master of military science at U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of San Francisco.