Audrey Whetsell (MA, CPHIT, NCQA CCE) currently serves as Chief Operating Officer at Truusight. Audrey joined Truusight in April of 2019 where she works on designing patient-centered programs focused on substance abuse treatment and recovery as well as mental health promotion. In this role, she functions as a key participant with the executive team in the design, implementation and coordination of company-wide operations.
In 2017 as a response to the National Opioid Crisis Audrey designed and implemented a multi-agency Strategic Targeted Response in the District of Columbia funded by SAMHSA. During the grant period Audrey worked with the SAMHSA Single State Agency to collect information in order to evaluate and disseminate information on evidence-based practices, including culturally and linguistically appropriate services, as appropriate, and service delivery models necessary to continue to encourage innovation and disseminate evidence-based programs and practices.
As a Certified NCQA Content Expert, Audrey has provided NCQA consulting and support services to Primary and Specialty health systems providers and health technology vendors. Audrey continues to work with several state Health Information Exchange Projects as a consultant for ACOs, MCOs and MSOs.
She spends her free time advocating for all consumers of healthcare as Founder and CEO of The Medi Inc., a 501(c3) nonprofit. The Medi’s Community Resource Center is a robust virtual technology database solution that provide increasing partnerships through strong referral networks using collaborations that strengthen social capital, improve existing resources in communities that begin tackling real issues in people lives that lead to better health, education, transportation, housing, jobs, and less crime.
Audrey holds a Masters and a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of South Carolina. She has two adult children and enjoys spending her free time traveling with family and friends.