Ilan Nachmany, CEO
Ilan Nachmany is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Healthcare Facility Compliance Corporation. His experience as an entrepreneur and corporate executive spans many years, and has fostered the creation of a multitude of software solutions in the healthcare and banking industries. CRx itself is derived from one of Nachmany’s earliest creations, the Validation Assurance Compliance Solution (VACS), which was used by Brigham and Women’s Hospital to monitor inspections of biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, and pharmacology lab instruments. In addition to his vast experience, Nachmany possesses an inclusive and conscientious approach to managing teams and building organizations from the ground, up. The relationships he cultivates with his colleagues are his most treasured tools in generating organizational success, and in maintaining these relationships, he ensures that they embody two critical elements: trust and respect. Prior to moving from Israel to the United States, Nachmany obtained education and leadership training in Israeli Army Officer School, after which he earned a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey.
Sumer Mathur, COO
Sumer Mathur is the Chief Operating Officer of Healthcare Facility Compliance Corporation, as well as the head facilitator of activities linked to CRx software development. Sumer is also founder of InfiCare Technologies. His background encompasses leadership of strategic alliances and corporate finance in companies across the globe, including those operating in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. From 1994-1999, Mathur served as the Corporate Controller and Financial Director of Healthscribe, an outsourced healthcare services company in Sterling, VA. Throughout his time there, Mathur oversaw the company’s growth from 10 to 800+ employees, setting the foundation for it to become the largest privately-owned transcription company in the world. Eventually, Healthscribe was acquired by private equity firm and later sold to Medquist (MEDQ) in 2010. Sumer additionally acted as Vice President of Finance and Strategic Alliances at HSO Global BV, a provider of ERP solutions. There, he consolidated HSO companies operating in thirteen countries, and raised strategic investment for the organization’s expansion. Soon after, he founded InfiCare Services, a healthcare billing company, and InfiCare Technologies, a healthcare IT & Staffing service of which he is still the acting President. Prior to moving to US in 1991, Mathur 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 in India. Sumer received a B.S. in Accounting at Sri Ram College of Commerce, a Chartered Accounting certification in India, and a CPA certification in the United States.
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.