Meet ERPHealth’s Advisory Board

Medical Advisory Board

Norman Chazin, MD – Chief Medical Advisor

Dr. Chazin, board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Adult and Forensic is a graduate of Tufts Medical School has extensive experience in the field of Addiction Psychiatry. Dr. Chazin has over 25 years of experience treating patients struggling with substance misuse and mental health. Dr. Chazin serves as the Director of Psychiatry at Stockton University where he Supervises the Wellness Program, evaluates, and treats students Since 1985.

Lucy F. Faulconbridge, PhD – Medical Advisor

Lucy F. Faulconbridge is Director of Main Line Therapy and Psychological Services, LLC, a private mental health clinic in Pennsylvania. Dr. Faulconbridge received her PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience and Clinical Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and completed her Clinical Internship training at Weill Cornell Medical School in New York. She is the author of 28 peer-reviewed publications and 8 book chapters, she has given more than 60 guest lectures and presentations, and she has appeared on NPR’s Voices in the Family and the Think-Act-Be podcast. Dr Faulconbridge has served on the Scientific Advisory Board for ERPHealth, since 2020.

Sonia Horwitz, MS, LPC, CAADC, CCS – Chief Clinical Advisor

Sonia brings to ERPHealth over 10 years of experience in behavioral healthcare. In the span of her career, Sonia has interfaced with patients, providers, and payers. Sonia has managed addiction and mental health counselors, as well as helped adolescents and adults in both residential and outpatient settings. Sonia is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and a Certified Clinical Supervisor in the state of Pennsylvania. She holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College.

Audrey Whetsell, MA, CPHIT, PCMH-CCE

Audrey Whetsell is co-founder of Resource Partners, LLC the parent company of Medical Home Development Group.  Audrey is a seasoned healthcare services executive with more than twenty years of progressive health care services experience directly tied to technology. 

Audrey is a cabinet member of the PCPCC’s Patients, Families and Consumers Center and an Executive Member of the PCPCC.  She also served on NCQA’s PCMH 2014 Standards Committee and recently certified as a NCQA PCMH Content Expert.

In 2013 Audrey launched a nonprofit, The Medi Awards to deliver community forums to educate and highlight the work of healthcare advocates that support the delivery of patient-centered care in the Medical Neighborhood. Audrey is also involved with several electronic information exchanges, ACOs, MSOs and IPAs at the state and local levels. She has received awards for outstanding leadership and volunteer services and serves as an advocate for all consumers of healthcare.

Business Advisory Board

Larry Brownstein

Larry has over 30 years of experience in the business, tech, and startup world. With deep experience in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry, Larry is a valued advisor and mentor to a myriad of growing companies. He’s shown considerable expertise helping organizations grow by raising capital, driving significant sales ($1M to $50M), creating enterprise solutions, and working side by side with leadership teams in companies of all sizes.

David Sorin

David is an intrapreneurial attorney who has started, operated, and grown several businesses successfully. Clients ranging from entrepreneurial start-ups to law firms to Fortune 500 companies have benefited from the in-depth assessment and development processes he applies. David has held Director and President roles in corporations for over 40 years and brings that vast experience with him to the table regularly.

Stu Segal

After beginning his career in public health, Stu was recruited by US Healthcare (later acquired by Aetna). There, he grew a $1B internal behavioral health business and served as the executive-in-charge of the sale of an Aetna company and Aetna’s acquisition of one of the largest health plans in the US. Following Aetna, Stu has launched behavioral health programs across the country and has held senior leadership roles with several national and large regional payers. Currently, Stu is a principal in consulting practice that specializes in contracting with health plans and other payers on behalf medical and behavioral health providers.

Chris Woods

Chris Woods began his career in the labor movement more than a decade ago. Woods was the former President of the National Union for Hospital & Health Care Employees, District 1199C. Woods has held nearly every position in the union, from field organizer to Executive Vice President of the Hospital Division. He also served as a trustee to several of District 1199C’s employee benefit funds.  In 2019, Woods was chosen by the Executive Board of District 1199C to become president after Henry Nicholas took the position of President Emeritus.  

Woods has also held a variety of leadership positions. He Is the Vice-Chair of the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus, Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Working Families Party, and Co-Founder of the Thomas & Woods Foundation. Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney recently appointed Woods to the Board of Licenses and Inspection (L&I). Woods also serves as a member of the Philadelphia Prisons Advisory Board. He is also a committee person for International Foundation for Employee Benefits. Finally, Woods was one of the youngest people ever elected to the Philadelphia AFL-CIO Executive Board.

James Giordano

James Giordano, Chief Executive Officer of Care Cap Plus, LLC, is an experienced entrepreneur with a demonstrated history of building specialty finance firms with a primary focus on complex and niche receivables. He started his career on Wall Street, where he worked for 17 years in both institutional and retail trading and sales. He is one of the pioneers in the litigation finance industry and a founder of the American Legal Finance Association. James has been involved in medical finance for over 15 years. In addition to his role with Care Cap Plus LLC, James serves as Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Medical Funding Group LLC, a financial technology company that has developed innovative models in the medical finance payment industry. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Harvard College. In addition to his business pursuits, James also serves on the Board of Directors for  Finwise Bancorp (NASDAQ: FINW).

Advisory Board

Each of the medical and business advisory board members play an active role at ERPHealth from new development, expanding clinical data usage and promoting the platform across the industry.