Patrick M. Flaherty
Patrick M. Flaherty is a Healthcare Supply Chain Executive with a broad base of experience and responsibility; he currently is Vice President of Operations for BioTronics Inc. (UPMC’s Clinical Engineering Division) and Vice President of Integrated Technology & Performance Solutions for UPMC Supply Chain Management. Over 15 years, Patrick has served in senior leadership roles in all aspects of Supply Chain Management, including Strategic Sourcing, Systems, Policy, Process, Clinical Engineering, and Value Analysis.
Patrick received his undergraduate degree from Duquesne University where he studied under an academic scholarship and attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He has been able to utilize his knowledge and abilities in this area in many progressive ways during his career but looks forward to the day he is able to balance work and life to complete his Juris Doctorate. Patrick is currently enrolled in an Executive graduate program at CMU focused on Evidence Based Management and its role in incorporating and analyzing big data within healthcare to improve cost, quality, and outcomes. When not working, Patrick enjoys life with his wife, daughter, son, and two dogs and two cats.
Joseph A. Haduch
Joseph A. Haduch, MBA, MS is the Director of Imaging Services for UPMC and BioTronics. Joe is responsible for the operational and administrative duties associated with UPMC’s imaging and radiology equipment service division, which comprises nearly $500 million of equipment inventory. Joe’s responsibilities include managing a staff of 25 radiology and oncology service engineers, parts procurement and service contract negotiations.
Prior to his service with UPMC, Joe worked for Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh (now UPMC Mercy) where he began his career as an entry level Imaging Engineer and soon moved through the ranks until becoming Technical Specialist for the Imaging Services group. While at UPMC, Joe worked as a Radiology Engineer Specialist and Imaging Coordinator before becoming Director in 2008. Joe has over 25 years of experience in the repair, installation, management and procurement of imaging equipment and service.
Joe received both his MBA and M.S. in Management and Technology from Carlow University, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Point Park University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology and received his A.S in Biomedical Equipment Technology from Penn State University.
Carlo Luciano is the Director, Clinical Engineering IT services for UPMC and BioTronics and provides technology decision leadership, data integration, security, and IT support for a diverse inventory of network connected medical devices.
Carlo has been with UPMC over 25 years serving in all levels of technical and management responsibilities within BioTronics. Early in his career with BioTronics, Carlo also worked part-time as a Biomedical Engineering Technology program lab instructor. Previously, Carlo worked in prototype and system manufacturing within the motion control and laser systems industry.
Carlo received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, and an A.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology from Penn State University.
Richard Straub is the Director, Clinical Engineering Biomed services for BioTronics. His responsibilities include: Biomedical equipment support services, technology decision leadership, TJC, CMS and DoH compliance, contract review, and BioTronics for profit services within UPMC’s Clinical Engineering division.
Rich co-chaired a UPMC Health System level committee formed to comply with the Alarm Management National Patient Safety Goal. He has participated as Clinical Engineering point of contact for dozens of successful TJC, CMS and PaDOH surveys and investigations.
Rich continuously seeks enhancements to the value BioTronics brings to the UPMC Health System by identifying opportunities to expand services and subsequently avoid medical equipment support costs.
Rich’s 25 year career supporting UPMC’s biomedical electronics equipment has provided a wealth of experience and expertise which includes certifications in Dialysis, Cardiac Cath and Electrophysiology Lab as well as Infection Prevention/Sterilization. He has served at all technical and managerial levels of responsibilities within the Clinical Engineering realm. He began his tenure at UPMC Presbyterian and quickly advanced to Program Manager at UPMC Children’s Hospital and UPMC Shadyside.
Rich received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Point Park University and is an AAMI certified Biomedical Electronics Technician (CBET).
David R. Marzaloes
David R. Marzaloes is the Program Director for Perfusion and Surgical Equipment Services at BioTronics. His expertise incorporates thirty years of direct support and experience in the OR, ASC, Anesthesia, PACU, CSSD, CVOR, Perfusion and LDRP areas. David began his career at UPMC Shadyside and spent 21 years supporting surgical services and developed an integrated support model for perioperative technical services across multiple facilities.
Over the years, David also assisted in the development and startup of the in-house surgical instrument repair service. David also has oversight of the BioTronics field service division which provides technical support for the ancillary integrated networked physician offices, clinics, Surgery-centers and Rehab services within both UPMC and customers external to UPMC.
David has an A.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Penn State University.