Development and management of start-up and established companies. Business model development, Intellectual Property management, financing, operations, outsourcing, and change management. Technology services sales, implementation, and management. EXPERIENCE:
Federal Medical Services, Inc., San Antonio, Texas July, 2003 - Present
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Co-founder of a company that is providing Homeland Security, Information Systems, and Document Management services to a variety of public sector clients nationally.
Med MT, Inc., Austin, Texas Feb. 2002 - July, 2003 President, Chief Operating Officer. Co-founder of a company that is providing HIPAA compliant Internet-based medical transcription service to a variety of health care clients nationally. Developed the business model and alliances, organized company operations to perform sales, implementation, and support of the core business solution. Positioned the company to develop and provide additional Internet-based services to the health care industry.
Caducian, Inc., Austin, Texas Jan. 2000 - June 2002 President, Chief Operating Officer. Co-founder of a company developing patent pending medical devices communication technologies and the infrastructure to enable real-time secure transmission and analysis of medical data including data warehousing and mining. Developed business model and alliances, organized resources to conduct study for product development, appointed as Co-Investigator, and contributed to the establishment of a 3-year co-development agreement with Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas. Identified potential investors and performed initial negotiations leading to seed round financing totaling $600,000.
Insite Systems, Inc., Austin, Texas May 2001 - Nov. 2001 Chairman, Chief Executive Officer. Co-founder of a company developing a patent pending enterprise system for secure online filing, reporting, and managing Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) and other site-specific information. Insite will also provide secure, real-time critical data to emergency services organizations responding to HAZMAT and special assistance situations in commercial, government, and residential facilities. Developed business model, funding strategy, and alliances and positioned the company to capitalize on an emerging market. Moved company to Austin to be near Venture Capital funding sources and state government. Inacom Information Systems (Fortune 500 Company), San Antonio, Texas Nov. 1996 - June 2000
Resource Manager Discrete Services (Jan. 2000 - June 2000).Managed two branches with over 130 people providing eBusiness infrastructure management services to clients in Austin, San Antonio, and South Texas. Had profit/loss responsibility for over $5 million of technical services. Managed people responsible for operations, dispatching, logistics, and finance. Worked with clients to develop business models and organizations. Involved in the sales process from initial contact to closing.
Solutions Architect (Feb. 1999 - Jan. 2000).Consulted with Fortune 1000 clients to identify technology-related problems then designed organizational solutions. Worked with clients whose organizations were undergoing major changes to assist them in restructuring their organizations and/or to assist them in merging with others. Created deliverables including outsourcing plans, Best Practices recommendations, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Information, and strategic and tactical plans. Served as a sales overlay functional expert involved with the closing of over $40 million in new business.
Branch Manager of Technology Solutions (Jan. 1998 - Feb. 1999).Managed two branches with 25+ people providing technology management services to clients in San Antonio and Austin. Had profit/loss responsibility for over $12 million of information technology acquisitions and professional services. Managed the entire client engagement process from initial contact to an ongoing partnership. Built and maintained alliances with other professional services companies to provide a full-range of services to clients in a variety of industries.
Client Services Manager (Nov. 1996 - Jan. 1998).Managed the consulting engagements of 12 Systems Engineers and the provision of technical services of 10 Field Engineers. Had profit/loss responsibility for over $2 million of services in the San Antonio and Austin areas and for national implementations of systems. Managed Requests for Proposals, consultations, systems design and implementation, technical reviews, depot maintenance facilities, and business development.
Baptist Health Network, San Antonio, Texas June 1996 - Oct. 1996 Manager, Information Systems. Managed a vendor selection process to select a completely outsourced managed care information system for a start-up multi-payer Medical Services Organization (MSO). Developed group-purchasing agreements with local companies to provide medical and office supplies and implemented pilot test sites. Assisted in a stock offering and sale that expanded the network by 300+ physicians. Provided consulting services for numerous projects including medical group acquisitions and construction, MSO services, business plans, systems integration, and information technology design and implementation.
Primary CareNet of Texas, San Antonio, Texas Mar. 1995 - June 1996 Director, Information Systems. Managed Information Systems Department in a medical services organization that was undergoing unprecedented growth. Supported 500+ users, two enterprise-wide systems, a Local Area Network, and 32 locations throughout South Texas. Performed medical group valuations and operational assessments for acquisitions. Key contributor to a planning process for implementing regionalization in parent organization with nine hospitals in three cities. Provided consultant services to assist in the start-up of two new MSOs within parent organization and to improve the services of new acquisitions. Managed technical and construction projects.
Initiatives, Inc. (Subsidiary of Dupont), San Antonio, Texas Feb. 1995 - Mar. 1995 Business Process Engineer and Production Analyst. Assisted in infrastructure development and implementation for 60-person company that produced women's apparel. Reduced design and manufacturing process from 66 weeks to 8 using virtual company systems theory. Established operational procedures and systems to support enterprise that was located in San Antonio with business units in New York City, Los Angeles, and Mexico. Kelly Temporary Services, San Antonio, Texas June 1994 - Feb. 1995 Information Systems and Management Consultant. Provided consulting services for health care and a variety of businesses organizations. Completed assignments at University of Texas Health Sciences Center, TRW, and medical and law offices.
Park College, San Antonio, Texas Sep. 1992 - Dec. 1992 Adjunct Faculty Member in Health Care Administration Department.
Health Care Systems Support Agency, San Antonio, Texas July 1991 - Jan. 1993 Director, Patient Systems Section. Managed medical information systems software design, testing, and implementation. Directed implementation of patient systems applications to medical organizations throughout the world. Consulted with numerous stakeholders to coordinate systems design, integration, and networking. Developed Integrated Circuit Card application for wallet-sized Individually Carried Medical Record. Redesigned Patient Accounting and Reporting System application.
Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colorado July 1989 - Jan. 1990 Company Commander. Managed human resources services for medical unit with up to 1,500 clinical providers.
U.S. Army Medical Activity, Panama Jan., 1988 - June, 1989 Director, Patient Administration Division of a 250-bed hospital. Managed a division of 68 people performing administrative services that directly supported patient care. Consultant for Patient Administration activities for Central and South America. Member of numerous hospital committees organized to improve medical services. Functioned as the Medical Activities Inspector General involved in cases of minor complaints to alleged malpractice. Substantially decreased cost of filing medical information and reduced the number of repeated laboratory studies by designing and implementing an audit system.
U.S. Army Medical Activity, Panama Oct., 1986 - Dec., 1987 Assistant Director, Patient Administration Division. Managed departments with 35 people providing administrative services that directly supported patient care. Streamlined billing and receipts functions through improvement of procedures and reorganization of departments. Increasedproductivity of Inpatient Medical Records Department and improved medical records accountability through acquisition of additional automation support.
9th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, Ft. Lewis, Washington June, 1983 - Sept., 1986 Served as a Division Support Medical Company Executive Officer, HHC 3/47 Infantry BattalionCompany Executive Officer and Acting Commander, and 3/47 Infantry Battalion Medical Platoon Leader. SERVICE AWARDS:
Army Service Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (1st Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Achievement Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, Expert Field Medical Badge, Master Fitness Trainer Badge, Army Lapel Pin.
EDUCATION: The Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colorado 1998 Leading Change Seminar, Sub-group Leader Webster University, Aurora, Colorado 1990 - 1991 M.A. Health Services Management
Long Island University, Greenvale, New York 1982 - 1983 Completed 24 hours of graduate education in Community Counseling
State University of New York, Cortland, New York 1978 - 1982 B.S.E. Health Sciences with minors in Education and Anthropology
Technology Advocates of San Antonio, Co-founder and Past President. Former Republican Congressional Committee, Honorary Chairman, Texas. National Rifle Association, Certified Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer. The Churchill Centre, Washington, D.C., Member. The Churchill Centre South Texas, Founder and Board Member. Theodore Roosevelt Association, Member. The Texas Rough Riders, Founder and President. Disabled American Veterans, Member. The American Legion, Member. Krav Maga.
Plattsburgh High School Athletic Hall of Fame, Inducted 2012.
"To Each His Own", Black Belt Magazine, July, 2007.
"The Veteran Entrepreneur", The American Legion Magazine, June, 2007.
"South Texas Retrospective: "Shakes" and The Prime Minister", The Churchill Centre's Chartwell Bulletin, Number 9, November, 2005.
"Human Clinical Studies and Technology Development: How the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Regulates Activities", The International Conference on Industry, Engineering, and Management Systems (JEMS) and the International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering (28th ICC&IE), James T. Slattery, M.A., Majorie Icengogle, Ph.D. and Steve Zimmerman, Ph.D., March 5-7, 2001.
"A Model for Consulting Services: What Clients Should Expect and What Consultants Should Deliver", HIMSS News, September, October, November 1997. "How To Buy IT (Information Technology)", M.D. News, December, 1995/January, 1996.
San Antonio Business Journal, February 20, 2009, SATAI, TASA Ink Strategic Alliance to Boost Tech Industry.
San Antonio Business Journal, December 5, 2008, San Antonio Tech-Advocacy Organization to Get a "Reboot".
San Antonio Business Journal, August 6-12, 2004, Software Patent.
San Antonio Express News, March 20, 2003, Medical Records Going to Web.
San Antonio Express News, October 5, 2001, Mapping and Emergency Scene: Insite Information Systems.
San Antonio Business Journal, June 15, 2001, Start-up Aims to Move Has-Mat Information from Boxes to Computer System.
Austin American Statesman, Upstarts, May 7, 2001, Caducian, Inc.
Austin Business Journal, February 23 - March 1, 1999, Health Care Critical to Software Firm's Success.
San Antonio Express News, September 23, 1999, Research Firm Plans Expansion.
San Antonio Business Journal, May 8 - 14, 1998 Advocacy Group Backs San Antonio Efforts.
San Antonio Express News, Local Business Scene, March 29, 1998.
San Antonio Business Journal, June 20, 1997, Inacom's Office Here Expanding.
San Antonio Express News, Briefcase, August 9, 1996.
San Antonio Medical Gazette, Bulletin Board, July 25 - 21, 1996.
The North San Antonio Times, Business Brief, July 18, 1996.
Baptist Memorial Health Systems, Focus, Vol. XVII, No. 12, June 17, 1996, "Slattery Named BHN (Baptist Health Network) Information Systems Director. The North San Antonio Times, Business Brief, July 18, 1996, Baptist Health Network. San Antonio Medical Gazette, July 25-21, 1996, Bulletin Board.
San Antonio Express News, August 9, 1996, Briefcase. San Antonio Business Journal, June 20, 1997, Inacom's Office Here Expanding.
San Antonio Express News, Local Business Scene, March 29, 1998.
San Antonio Business Journal, May 8 - 14, 1998, Advocacy Group Backs San Antonio Efforts.
San Antonio Express News, September 23, 1999, Research Firm Plans Expansion.
Austin Business Journal, February 23 - March 1, 2001, Health Care Critical to Software Firm's Success. Austin American Statesman, Upstarts, May 7, 2001, Caducian, Inc.
San Antonio Business Journal, June 15, 2001, Start-up Aims to Move Haz-Mat Information from Boxes to Computer System.
San Antonio Express News, October 5, 2001, Mapping an Emergency Scene: Insite Information Systems.
San Antonio Express News, March 20, 2003, Medical Records Going To Web,
San Antonio Business Journal, August 6 -12, 2004, Software Patent.
San Antonio Business Journal, December 5 - 11, 2008, San Antonio Tech-Advocacy Organization to Get a "Reboot". a ?Reboot?. PRESENTATIONS:
The Churchill Centre Houston, "The Churchill Centre Houston Inaugural Meeting", April 24, 2010.
The Texas Roughriders, "The Texas Roughriders Inaugural Meeting", February 18, 2010.
The Churchill Centre South Texas, "The Churchill Centre South Texas Inaugural Meeting", October 23, 2005.
University of Incarnate Word International Center, "Technology Resources and Development Opportunities in the San Antonio Region", January 7, 2000.
University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Professional Excellence, Technology Alliance of San Antonio, "Defining an Austin-San Antonio Intellectual Corridor", April 8, 1998. San Antonio Certified Public Accountants Continuing Education Foundation, "A Model for Consulting Services: What Clients Should Expect and What Consultants Should Deliver", September 24, 1997.