Michael J. Critelli is the President and CEO of MoveFlux Corporation, a firm that has deployed the MakeUsWellNetwork to develop insights and solutions to address the underlying health issues the Coronavirus has exposed and exploited.
He retired from Pitney Bowes after a nearly 30-year career, at the end of which he served as Chairman for 12 years and CEO for 11 years. He led Pitney’s focus on the emerging opportunities in the external environment, including postal reform and transformation in the United States and globally, and market opportunities arising in areas such as health care, government services and corporate social responsibility
While at Pitney Bowes, he created a leading-edge employer-sponsored health program that was innovative in prevention and wellness, value-based health plan design, on-site and near-site clinical care, community health program support, and building a comprehensive culture of workplace health.
He served as the Chairman (2006-2010) and CEO (2010-2016) of the Dossia Consortium and Dossia Service Corporation, respectively. Dossia was formed by 10 large self-insuredemployers to build and deploy a lifelong, portable, comprehensive, patient-controlled electronic health record.
Mr. Critelli was a director of Wyeth from April 2008 until its acquisition by Pfizer Inc. in late 2009. He served for three years as a director of ProHealth Physicians, Inc. until its acquisition by Optum Care in 2015. Mr. Critelli also served for nearly five years as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Urban League. He also served on the Boards of Mollen Immunization Clinics and Navigenics (an early entrant in the genetic analytics market)
He serves on several non-profit boards, including ConferMED (a non-profit focused on promoting email consultations between primary care physicians and specialists), the Searching for Solutions Institute (a non-profit which stages events to deliver exceptional content addressing transformative ideas) and The Commons Project (a non-profit focused on enabling individuals to enjoy the full benefit of technology and data while maintaining control over their digital lives.). He has served as an advisor to the RAND Corporation Healthcare Advisory Board since 2008, andis an executive advisor and adjunct facility member to the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.
He has produced and brought to market a full-length feature film called From the Rough, which celebrates the career of Dr. Catana Starks, the first black woman to coach a men’s college athletic team.
He graduated from the University of Wisconsin, with a BA in Communications and Political Science in 1970 and from the Harvard Law School, with a JD, cum laude, in 1974.