Christine Foisey
Christine Queally Foisey
CEO · President · Shareholder · Co‑Founder

781-237-9700 Ext:116

Christine is a co-founder of MedSafe/Total Compliance Solutions, Inc. and serves as the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Christine oversees the day-to-day operations of the company and is responsible for the growth of MedSafe/TCS. During her involvement with the company that spans over three decades, Christine has overseen the company’s financials. Previously, Christine has held positions as Vice President of Administration with MedSafe, Inc., Administrative Branch Manager with ISO (America), Inc., and Operations Manager with Air Machine Corporation, where she played an instrumental part in the sale to White Westinghouse.

Ms. Foisey earned her Associates Degree in Business Administration from Katherine Gibbs, Melville, NY

Laurie Aloi-Zabel
Laurie Aloi-Zabel, CHC, CHPC, CPC
Director of Billing and Compliance

781-237-9700 Ext:131

Laurie Aloi-Zabel is the Director of Billing and Compliance for MedSafe. Mrs. Aloi-Zabel is a healthcare professional who has over 25 years of compliance and medical practice management experience. Her credentials include a Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC), a Certification in Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC), she is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), a physician chart auditor, and an ICD-10-CM/PCS certified trainer. Prior to joining MedSafe, Mrs. Aloi-Zabel worked for a large University-Academic Medical Center in New Jersey (UMDNJ) for the Office of Ethics Compliance and Corporate Integrity as the Lead Coding Auditor/Assistant Administrator. The University had just signed one of the most robust Corporate Integrity Agreements (CIA) in the country. In this capacity she was assigned to a 500 physician, multi-specialty medical group. During this time, she was responsible for performing baseline audits and providing one on one group training sessions. Other responsibilities included; writing audit reports, documenting corrective action plans, calculating error and accuracy rates and conducting “for cause audits” when necessary. She was also instrumental in successfully leading the implementation of an electronic auditing tool. She spent three years in this position.

Previously she was the Practice Manager for the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at UMDNJ. In this capacity, Ms. Aloi was responsible for the day to day operations of the practice and the implementation of their electronic medical record system.