April 16, 2015 Section Meeting with Rich Quattrocchi

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Pre-Meeting Presentation  5:30 – 6:00 pm  

Dinner & Networking: 6:00-7:00 pm  

Main Presentation: 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Meeting Location:  Dover Straits in Mundelein

Rich Quattrocchi, April 16, 2015 speaker

Rich Quattrocchi, April 16, 2015 speaker

April is sure to be an exciting month on the ASQ 1212 calendar, with a little of something for everyone.  A dynamic personality, Rich Quattrocchi describes himself as a Senior Executive/Innovator/Entrepreneur.  He is an active thought-leader on LinkedIn, publishing articles with a theme on technology, business, and healthcare.

The pre-meeting clinic provides an introduction to the way executives view Quality, and will better define the role of Quality organization from a CEO’s point-of-view.  His talk should inspire attendees to see how the “little q” contributes to “Big Q,” and ultimately, the company’s bottom line.

Quattrocchi structured the Main Presentation like a TED talk and provides more examples, via narrative story from his professional experience at Home Access.  This presentation allows for interaction, as Quattrocchi uses flip charts, as well as slides to illustrate his point.

Quattrocchi is an industry thought-leader and startup specialist. He has over 25 years of management experience in the medical and telecommunication sectors. He leads the business development efforts for Mutare Inc, an independent software developer specializing in Smart Communications. He is the founder and President of the Bridge Group Online, a consulting practice that specializes in digital marketing.  He is also the cofounder and former President of Home Access Health Corporation an at-home medical testing company. Mr. Quattrocchi holds five patents covering interactive voice response, at home medical testing, and medical contact center integration. He is passionate about making access to information easy and secure and helping people lead healthier, more productive lives.

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