Michelle Werkheiser joined CFG and InSight in 2004 and serves as the director of medical affairs. Werkhesier has 23 total years of experience in healthcare and is a Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS). Through coordination with partners and staff, Werkheiser plays an integral role in keeping operations running smoothly. Werkheiser oversees credentialing/privileging, licensing and staffing, and ensures that InSight’s team is highly qualified and compliant with the highest of healthcare standards.
Mignon Brooks has been with CFG and InSight since 2015. As a medical affairs practice administrator, Brooks ensures that processes and workflows run smoothly and coordinates the team’s efforts with those of the larger organization. Mignon is an experienced communications professional and has previously worked as an educator and content manager.
Ana Maria Mucci has been with CFG and InSight since 2013 and has more than 14 years of experience in credentialing. As a privileging coordinator with medical affairs, she enjoys interacting with people throughout the day and having the opportunity to continually learn new things. Mucci enjoys Zumba, music, dance and traveling.
Kelly Lathrop has been a privileging coordinator with medical affairs since 2011. With more than 24 years of credentialing experience, Kelly Lathrop is a seasoned professional. A New Jersey resident now, Lathrop spent much of her early life traveling with her military family and enjoyed living all over the world. More recently, she has traveled all around the U.S. and Canada with her family.
Bethany Laufer has worked with CFG and InSight since 2015. As a credentialing coordinator with the InSight medical affairs team, Laufer works with behavioral health providers nationwide to assist with licensure and credentialing processes in new states and at new facilities. Laufer joins InSight having previously worked for a military credentialing organization and with a wide range of professional experience. Laufer received her undergraduate degree from University of Florida in 2012.
Rolanda Bryant has worked with CFG and InSight since 2014. She enjoys working at a company that puts people first and enjoys meeting people from all over the world during her workday. Bryant has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and is studying to become a certified provider credentialing specialist by the end of 2015. Bryant takes great pride in her work. She believes in the importance of efficiency and being able to work well both as a team member and independently.
Diane Phelan has worked with CFG and InSight since 2013. She enjoys the day-to-day challenges she encounters in her work. She has over 25 years of administrative experience and has worked in pharmaceutical company, government and hospital settings. In her spare time she enjoys walking, reading and spending time with her family.
Donna Castle joined InSight in 2016. As a credentialing coordinator with the InSight medical affairs team, Castle works with behavioral health providers nationwide to assist with licensure and credentialing processes in new states and at new facilities. Castle has previously worked in healthcare administration and credentialing.
As a credentialing assistant with InSight, Wolstenholme works with behavioral health providers nationwide to assist with licensure and credentialing processes in new states and at new facilities. She is currently studying to take the MCAT to attend Medical School, in hopes of becoming a medical examiner. She has previously worked as a crime scene investigation intern as well as a certified pharmacy technician. Wolstenholme received her BS in Forensic Science from Palm Beach Atlantic University.