Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Tracey Powell, Founder and CEO of Mutare Health, has a proven track record of building successful companies, and a clear vision for how communications technology can dramatically reduce healthcare costs and improve patient outcomes. Early in his career, Tracey founded, built and sold two telecommunications companies, TelCorp and 2Confer. From those ventures was born his next company, Mutare, which today is a leading developer of unified messaging and speech-to-text technologies. Next, he founded Home Access Health Corporation (HAHC), offering the only FDA-approved at-home tests for Hepatitis C and HIV. There, he developed significant advancements in finger stick testing technology and medically directed contact center services. As Tracey’s passion grew for bringing communications technology to the challenges facing healthcare, he launched his next company Healthplace integrating emerging diagnostics and communication technologies to address unmet healthcare needs. In 2009, Tracey went on to found PinpointCare, which today is the leading cloud-based, personalized care coordination platform that securely connects doctors with their patients, providers and the patient’s extended care team.
Michael Sorensen, President of Mutare Health, is an entrepreneurial information technology executive with over 20 years of related experience in many industries such as software development, electronic commerce, financial services, telecommunications and healthcare. Michael has a diversified background working for innovative organizations including Mutare, University of Chicago Medical Center, Rush University Medical Center and JP Morgan Chase. Michael was formerly the Chief Technology Officer at the University of Chicago Medical Center and Founder of Stage 8 systems, a secure communications start up venture founded in 2009 and acquired by Mutare in 2012. At the University of Chicago Medical Center, Michael was responsible for technology innovation, IT operations, and customer support services.
Dr. Lawrence Kosinski, MD, MBA, AGAF
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Lawrence Kosinski is a nationally-renowned gastroenterologist who brings a unique combination of medical experience, technical expertise, business knowledge and vision to the Mutare Health team. He is currently a managing partner of the Illinois Gastroenterology Group (IGG), the largest Gastroenterology practice in Illinois, and president of the Elgin Gastroenterology Endoscopy Center. Additionally, Dr. Kosinski is a Clinical Private Practice Councilor for the American Gastroenterological Association and a Member of the Advocate Sherman Hospital Board of Directors. A strong and vocal advocate for outcome-based medical practices, particularly in the management of chronic disease, Dr. Kosinski led the development of a collaborative initiative know as Project Sonar, an Intensive Medical Home for the management of Crohn’s Disease. Created in partnership with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois, the project combines the records management and patient portal capabilities of a practice’s EMR system with smartphone technology to create a patient engagement “sonar system” that helps identify emerging health issues before they result in hospitalization.
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Scott Brown, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Mutare Health, has more than 25 years of experiences in sales, marketing and senior management as well as a broad range of experience in development and management of strategic accounts. Brown is a graduate of Indiana University and launched his career with Met Life. Over the next 13 years he advanced through progressively challenging role, culminating in two consecutive years of $25 million in sales at AIG, earning him the distinction of Top Sales Executive in the US both years. In 2000, Brown entered the arena of telecommunications sales, joining Avaya as National Account Manager. He quickly advanced to Sales Director/Global Accounts, managing a $37 million objective for major accounts prior to joining Mutare in his current capacity.