In 1991, Michael became involved with TeleTracking when the company was in its infancy. Since then, the company has grown the patient flow market it created into a multi-million dollar annual business that is now recognized as the world leader in healthcare operations management and operational command centers; currently serving four countries.
TeleTracking manages over 1/3 of the hospital bed capacity in the United States and powers more than 100 health system command centers in the United States and United Kingdom.
Michael serves as TeleTracking’s co-CEO and Chairman, and is passionately engaged and dedicated to the company’s mission to ensure that no one will ever wait for the care that they need.
Michael’s personal commitment to giving back to his community is exemplified in his involvement and ongoing support of Mission of Mercy Pittsburgh; an annual two-day free dental clinic providing the underserved in the Tri-State area with free dental care. The event brings more than 1,400 volunteers together to provide everything from dental cleanings, radiographs and exams to restorative dentistry, endodontics and even dentoalveolar surgery. Many of the volunteer doctors who graciously donate their time are regionally and nationally recognized experts in their fields. TeleTracking is the founding sponsor of Mission of Mercy and continues each year to provide support both financially and with volunteers to coordinate the event.