Management Team
Management Team


Ilan Nachmany – Chief Executive Officer and Chairman

Ilan Nachmany is the Chief Executive Office and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Healthcare Facility Compliance Corp, providing leadership and strategic direction for the business. Nachmany’s career as both an entrepreneur and a corporate executive has spanned private and public corporations. His management, structural, and organizational skills have allowed him to lead both private and public corporations in a hands-on manner. His extensive experience as a COO and a CEO, along with a background in providing processing automation solutions for the healthcare and financial industry, have helped him develop as a leader. Ilan has extensive experience in development of software automation and document management solutions within the banking and healthcare business. Ilan knows and understands the need for software automation within the healthcare industry. He previously developed a compliance and missing document system for the healthcare industry and developed the Validation Assurance Compliance Solution (VACS) system. Brigham & Women’s Hospital, a Harvard Medical Teaching Hospital, used the VACS system to monitor the frequent inspections of their laboratory instruments used in biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, and pharmacology. Ilan Nachmany holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.


Sumer Mathur – Chief Operating Officer and Director

Sumer Mathur is the Company’s Chief Operating Officer and Director, focusing on operations, finance and CRx System software development, third party integrations and innovation for Healthcare Facility Compliance Corp. He is a CPA and CA and has experience in private and public companies in the US, Europe, and India. Sumer’s experience is in software product development, corporate finance, and startups. He is President of InfiCare Technologies, a software development and IT staffing company, and InfiCare Health, Inc, a healthcare staffing firm focused on hospitals, insurance, pharma and medical device companies. Prior to founding InfiCare Technologies in 2001 and InfiCare Services LLC, a HealthCare Coding & Billing company in 2003, Sumer was Vice President at HSO Global BV Netherlands a provider of ERP implementation solutions in Europe, Americas, and Asia. Sumer focused on consolidating operations of thirteen operating companies under a Swiss entity and raising $15 million strategic investment for the company. From 1994 to 1999, he was the Corporate Controller and acting CFO of Health Scribe, Inc. an outsourced healthcare transcription services company in Sterling, VA. He helped grow the startup from 10 to 800+ employees in US and India, which set the foundation for what became the largest privately-owned medical transcription company in the world and was acquired by private equity firm and eventually sold to Medquist in 2010 (currently NASDAQ:MODL. Sumer was also a director on the Board of HealthScribe’s Indian subsidiary and negotiated a 300-person joint venture company. He has raised financing from venture capital and strategic investors in the US and Europe to finance the rapid growth of HSO Global BV Netherlands and HealthScribe, Inc Prior to moving to US in 1991, Sumer worked with Tata Consulting Services, TCS, in the management consulting division focused on World Bank/ ADB/ IFU projects and with Thapars in their corporate finance office. He has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, having graduated with honors from Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi in 1982. Additional education includes a Chartered Accountant certification in India in 1986 and CPA certification in Delaware in 1992.


Paul Spitzberg, Member of HCF Compliance Board of Directors

As a board member, Paul Spitzberg brings to Healthcare Facility Compliance Corp the benefits of his immense experience in business that included his position as Vice President of Special Markets at Coach, Inc. Paul recently retired from the Board of Elegance, Inc., a Party Plan Corporation, and, currently serves as a consultant to several companies. During his 12+ year tenure at Coach, he also served as President of the Incentive Marketing Association, on the Board of Trustees of the Forum for People Performance Management and Measurement based at Northwestern University’s Medill School, and as Vice Chairman for Corporations as a trustee of the Incentive Federation. From 1969 to 1981, Spitzberg was an executive at American Express, where he managed international banks for their International Banking Corporation followed by serving as Director of Marketing for their Destination Services Division in Europe before returning to New York as Vice President for Commercial and Group Sales for the USA. Spitzberg then opened his own hotel operating company, Travel / Hotel International Marketing, where he served as President, and which company operated The Gorham Hotel in New York. Paul Spitzberg graduated from Columbia University in 1969 with a BA degree.


Lisa A. Goldstein, Member – Board of Advisors

Lisa Goldstein is a seasoned healthcare executive with over 40 years of experience, and was named as one of Crains Most Notable Women in Healthcare in 2018. Ms. Goldstein serves as Executive in Residence for the Cornell University Sloan Program in Health Administration. She served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC from March 1997 until December 2020. In this role she was responsible for day-to-day operations, facilities management, and planning, as well as all construction activities. During Ms. Goldstein tenure, HSS grew significantly, more than doubling in size by any measure (revenue, surgeries, square footage, locations, employees) while achieving year over year increases in patient satisfaction and employee engagement. Among her accomplishments, she was operations project lead for the first joint venture Ambulatory Surgery Center with 20 HSS surgeons which opened in 2017 and is thriving today. She most recently led a planning, operations, and construction team for a Main Campus Transformation project that will start with construction of a 12 story $200 million clinical building over the FDR Drive, which is scheduled to break ground in 2021.

Ms. Goldstein previous positions included, Vice President, Chief Operating Officer of Wayne General Hospital (now St. Joseph’s Wayne) in New Jersey from 1986 to 1996, and Vice President Operations at Hackensack Medical Center in New Jersey from 1981 to 1986.

Lisa Goldstein holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the Cornell University Business School.