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Michael Mazzotta PhD, MBA, MHA, PA, ACHE, ASCP

Michael Mazzotta PhD, MBA, MHA, PA, ACHE, ASCP

  • Specimen transportation
  • logistics
  • specimen management (accessioning)
  • facility management
  • Teaching residents
  • autopsy procedures

Scientific Specialty:
Anatomical Pathology

Domain Specialty:
Career Advice, Healthcare Management, Process Improvement, Teaching, Training, Networking, Recruitment, Quality, LEAN Six Sigma, CAP

Technical Expertise:
Grossing, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Procedure development, Troubleshooting

United States of America


With over thirty-four years in the healthcare field, I have developed a great deal of knowledge and skills that range from regulatory rules and regulations to project management and solid problem-solving. I have worked in a variety of settings ranging from small community hospitals to very large academic medical centers. For the past fifteen years, I have been at a mid-size private pathology laboratory. A few of my skills are highlighted below.

• Very strong organizational skills able to manage a wide variety of competing projects, prioritize tasks effectively, and to meet tight deadlines. Solid background in Strategic planning and logistics.

• Strong communication skills able to effectively communicate with a wide audience include senior hospital administrators, physician leadership, and technician staff. Ability to refine communication skills based on the audience uses active listening skills and rapport building

skills and effectively communicates their message to both small and large groups.

• Leadership skills are able to bring diverse groups of individuals together around a common set of goals and to create and implement an action plan.

• Ability to analyze situations, react quickly, and work collaboratively. Able to anticipate future events based on past experiences and work to get ahead of impending issues

• Applies good judgment and maintains composure in high-pressure situations.

• Assures that the laboratory mission and essential services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders, including patients, physicians, employees,

benefactors and community members

• Actively involved in the community through service organization membership, speaking engagements, community forums, educational offerings, and other opportunities.