PITTSBURGH, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Following nearly a decade of strong, steady growth, TeleTracking Technologies, Inc., has created two new positions to accelerate that trend with the appointments of Richard Goldberg as senior vice president / strategy/ business development and Lisa DiMuccio-Zgela as vice president /marketing.
The new appointments closely followed an announcement that TeleTracking had posted the best sales quarter in its 20-year-history (www.teletracking.com/news) and would increase its employee base by as much as 25 percent within the next six months.
The market leader in patient flow automation provides software, process change consultation and other services which help hospitals alleviate overcrowding, track assets and control infection.
"Despite the severe recession, TeleTracking has been able to grow dramatically," said CEO Anthony Sanzo. "The convergence of several market forces in healthcare makes us believe that, with the proper people in place, we can continue to grow to the next tier because we know we have the right solutions for the times."
Sanzo said DiMuccio-Zgela will lead the design, development, and delivery of the overall strategic marketing plan, while consolidating the marketing activities of TeleTracking subsidiary, RadarFind, an RFID company featuring location-aware sensor networks.
Goldberg, with a history of more than 25 years in the health care IT industry, was most recently executive vice president of Confluence Medical Systems. Previously, he was senior vice president of MISYS Healthcare Systems, where he held a variety of executive positions in sales, marketing and business development. DiMuccio-Zgela previously was vice president of marketing and public relations at Amerinet, a national healthcare group purchasing organization. Her past experience includes director of public relations, marketing and volunteer services with a leading Health System in western Pennsylvania and prior to that led the public relations function for a Pennsylvania-based advertising/public relations firm, where she was responsible for major national and regional media and public relations planning and account management.
TeleTracking Technologies has been the pioneer of automated patient flow technology since 1991. Its innovations include the first bed-tracking application, first electronic bedboard and first "dispatcher-less" transport management application. Its software provides prompts, alerts and real-time decision-making feedback that helps hospitals to dramatically reduce patient wait times and deliver quality care in a timely manner. In 2009, TeleTracking acquired RadarFind, an RFID company, to incorporate its sensor network technology into the patient flow process. TeleTracking also provides process redesign services through its Avanti consulting.
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