Leadership Team


Michael Miller

Chief Executive Officer/Board Chair

Mr. Miller began his career with Coopers and Lybrand in public accounting advancing to a management level within the organization. He strategically shifted into the corporate setting as President of Hitachi Medical Systems America, Captive Finance Program. He also served as the Chief Financial Officer of Summit World Trade, an international diagnostic imaging manufacturer. Over a period he advanced to an ownership and leadership position at several different medical specialty finance companies. Mr. Miller has over 18 years of experience in both the healthcare and finance arena and has owned diagnostic imaging facilities and other organizations delivering healthcare services. He brings both successful management and financial leadership to GTS. In his role with GTS, Mr. Miller is responsible for the strategic direction of the organization, and leading the strategic implementation of the GTS product line.

BS in Accounting, Cedarville University
Previous: Integrity Medical Finance – President, SMT Leasing Company - President


Christopher T. Beseda

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Beseda has over 20 years of experience in information technology and institutional finance. Early in his career Mr. Beseda held engineering roles in information security and information research. While employed with Kent State University, he participated in research projects that developed advanced technologies for the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency. Upon receiving his MBA, Mr. Beseda worked in institutional equities research and in 2010 was ranked 3rd in the nation by First Coverage for his investment recommendations. With backgrounds in technology development, finance and operations, Mr. Beseda will be responsible for the tactical implementation of GTS”s strategic vision.

MBA Business, Kent State University
Previous: Canal Holdings – Partner, NorthCoast Research – Senior VP


Scott Ruffer

Chief Sales Officer

Scott has over 20 years of national sales experience developing and implementing end user and channel programs for mobile devices, mobile retail marketing platforms, medical imaging/RAD, industrial automation / process control, digital signage platforms, Bluetooth embedded products, and  classified information management programs.  While working with established companies and start-ups, Scott built revenue streams that included the DoD, VA, FBI, GE Healthcare, CDW/G, Best Buy, Office Depot, US Bank, Rockwell Automation, ABB, Cleveland Clinic, BP, Dell, and numerous Universities.

Bowling Green State University
Veteran of the US Air Force
Previous:    Matrox Graphics – Regional Sales Manager, Channeltech Solutions – VP, Sales and Marketing


Osmand Christian

Vice President of Development

Provides leadership for the continued development of our innovative, robust, and secure information technology environment. Primary responsibilities encompass a wide variety of strategic technology issues: governance and policy, resource allocation, information technology protocols, and OS compliance and integration.  Previous experience leading development teams at Blue Cross & Blue Shield and Mercy Health Systems.

University of Windsor, MBA
Previous:  Blue Cross / Blue Shield – Health Systems Integration Tech
St. Louis University – Clinical Systems Integration Architect & Manager


Christopher L. Wakeman

Vice President, Business Development - West.

Mr. Wakeman has over 25 years of experience in sales and business development having held executive sales and development positions with Hitachi Medical Systems, Elscint, Inc., Alliance Health Care and InSight Health Care Services. Mr. Wakeman has also owned and operated several outpatient diagnostic imaging centers in Alaska, Oregon and California. He most recently has consulted for several early-stage medical device/software companies including Nocimed, LLC and Cokiya, Inc.

MBA, University of San Francisco
BS in Microbiology, San Diego State University


Victoria Tifft

Board Member

Chief Executive Officer of Clinical Research Management, Inc. (ClinicalRM), founded the company in 1994 to respond to customer needs for clinical research services for two of the nation’s largest federal research laboratories. Through her vision and leadership, ClinicalRM has grown from three employees in 1994 to over 460 today.

MBA Business, Case Western Reserve
Chairman of the Board of Directors - Wastebits


Tom Swidarski

Board Member

Former CEO of a Fortune 500 company that generated $3B in annual revenue and $200M in free cash flow.  He has a wide range of financial, operational and international experience. A C-Suite executive for 30 years with deep IT and financial services expertise. Currently the CEO of Telos Alliance while serving on the board of two public and two private companies . The current public board engagements are very diverse across industry sectors and end markets.

MBA Cleveland State University
Chairman of the Board – Bancsource, Asurint
Board Member -  EVERTEC,  Altra Industrial Motion


Brian Battey

Board Member

25 years of diverse healthcare experience in large companies, as well as start up ventures, includes work with Payors, pharmaceuticals, capital equipment, information technology and both specialty and hospital group purchasing organizations. Mr. Battey served as Senior Vice President of strategy and operations for Aetna Accountable Care Solutions. He held positions at GE Healthcare, US Oncology and International Oncology Network, a division of AmerisourceBergen Corporation.

BS Business, University of Rhode Island


Nathan B. Webb, JD

Intellectual Property Counsel

Mr. Webb is a registered patent attorney with a wide variety of experience in handling sophisticated intellectual property matters, such as domestic and international patent and trademark procurement, management of international portfolios, joint development projects, licensing and transactional agreements, antitrust and competition law, and trade secret maintenance. Mr. Webb has a technical background in biochemistry, and has drafted and prosecuted patents in the fields of biomedical devices, pharmaceuticals, medical treatment methods and software. He also regularly acts as lead counsel in patent litigation matters—including in the biomedical device and health care software industries—and has extensive experience in counseling clients on IP strategic budgeting, forecasting and planning. Mr. Webb advises the business on all intellectual property matters.


Kevin Gluntz, JD


Mr. Gluntz has spent over two decades representing various businesses, from Fortune 500 companies to family-owned businesses, in all aspects of business, securities law and tax law. He currently practices in the areas of securities law, general corporate law, mergers and acquisitions (including numerous commercial financing transactions), venture capital and tax law. He counsels publicly and privately-held clients on tax planning, corporate structuring and governance strategies, and facilitates private placements, mergers, financings, acquisitions and divestitures. Because of his commitment to client service and responsiveness, his clients consider him to be their primary consultant, and count on Mr. Gluntz to provide them with significant, key input on tax planning, corporate structuring and governance strategies as well as providing them sound business advice.