Beacon Infusion Healthcare Services provides both the prescriber and patient with quality pharmaceutical consultation as well as detailed follow-through programs to ensure compliance. These programs allow Beacon to work with you, the prescriber, to deliver a non-competitive approach to health care delivery.
With over 25 years of experience working alongside healthcare teams and in the pharmaceutical industry, our staff has the knowledge, experience and most importantly, the dedication to make medication management easier for all parties involved: the prescriber, patient, and caregiver.
Joseph “Yossi” Faber earned an undergraduate degree in Biology with conferred membership in two honours societies, and earned an executive MBA in Healthcare Administration magna cum laude. Between those degrees he served on an ambulance corps, conducted research projects at an internationally acclaimed cardiothoracic surgery program, and established and ran a division of The Actors Fund serving the New York entertainment community. He then managed medical practices in New York and New Jersey before founding a medical management consulting company and a third party medical billing service certified by the department of banking and insurance, both based out of New Jersey and which offer services nationwide for more than ten years. Yossi sits on two professional expert councils, providing research, consultation and expert witness services to the medical industry and is also an invited lecturer to state and professional medical societies, independent physician associations, as and major teaching hospitals.
Dr. Jonathan Wiesen is a highly regarded pulmonologist and critical care specialist, with additional expertise in telehealth, sepsis and medical ethics, serving not only as a clinical physician but also as an expert witness. Dr. Wiesen was educated at Albert Einstein School of Medicine, and trained at the Cleveland Clinic, and earned a teaching degree from the Cleveland Clinic while teaching medical ethics. He is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonology, and critical care medicine, and has earned over twenty awards, including awards for teaching excellence and research. He has been published over 75 times, including first authorship on over a dozen full-length manuscripts. Dr. Wiesen is also an entrepreneur, having founded a telehealth company that he is still involved with, and sits on the medical advisory board of a venture capital crowdfunding platform.