Michael Zamagias's involvement with TeleTracking began in 1991 when the company was in its earliest phase as a start-up. Since then, TeleTracking has grown the patient flow niche it created into a multi-million dollar annual business that is now the recognized world leader in capacity management automation solutions for healthcare organizations.
A perennial KLAS category leader, TeleTracking has grown by over 500 percent in the past decade and holds an 80 percent share of the penetrated capacity management market, with 2,000 applications in nearly 900 hospitals around the world. Clients include most of the nation’s top hospitals, as recognized by U.S. News and World Report, Thomson-Reuters and Becker’s Hospital Review.
His entrepreneurial acumen has produced a successful network of businesses in addition to healthcare technology, including commercial real estate development, leasing and property management, banking/finance and energy development.
Michael entered the real estate business in his early twenties as a licensed residential salesperson. He soon moved into the commercial real estate business, establishing himself as a top commercial leasing agent. In 1984, Michael moved to Pittsburgh, and founded his own company that, in 1987, became Zamagias Properties. He now owns a controlling interest in more than 1.6 million square feet of office, retail, and mixed-use properties located primarily in Western Pennsylvania.
He co-founded Pennsylvania Capital Bank in 1991 (later to become part of Huntington Bank) and has developed over 150 oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania. In 2011, he purchased a fast-casual, wood-fired, pizza and sandwich concept called City Oven in order to create a business that would employ and mentor entrepreneurial teens and adults from underprivileged backgrounds. City Oven is located in Michael’s Times Building in Downtown Pittsburgh.