Founder & President
“It’s always about the client…their needs, their goals and ultimately their success comes first.”
As the company’s leader, Tim focuses primarily on carrying out their strong philosophy “Maximizing Technology, Partnering for Results” by keeping his pulse on the world of technology, consulting with clients and uncovering new business endeavors.
Prior to forming his own company, Tim spent 12 years in healthcare industry, holding executive positions at two highly regarded care institutions in the Greater New York Area: North Shore LIJ and The Hospital for Special Surgery.
As an industry veteran, he offers the medical world a unique blend of technical proficiency along with proven business development, analytics and project management expertise. His proven success and solid reputation in the healthcare industry combined with his personal goal to help a wide array of businesses succeed, led to the creation of Antidote Solutions.
At Antidote, he leads a team of vastly experienced developers, project managers and design professionals all focused on the same goal: the “antidote.” Together with The Antidote Team, he has implemented “best practice” operational processes (aka “antidotes”) for highly recognized clients, such as: Rolex, Cornell Medical Center, Columbia Medical Center, Madison Square Garden, Swatch, New York City Department of Education, Union Square Events and Viacom.
Although his focus is much broader today, Tim continues to be a leader in the world of web-based health care management tools. He is a member of AIPTA Healthcare SIG and HIMSS NY Chapter. He is also one of the founders of the NY Health Innovation Group, a non for profit organization focused on creating innovative technical solutions that will ultimately provide improved patient care for all.
Tim received his Masters of Science Degree in Health Services from Springfield College and holds an MBA from Fordham University. He is a certified FileMaker developer and has had the privilege of presenting at the annual FileMaker Developer Conference, Apple Stores and at NY FileMaker Developer Group.