Carlo Musso, MD
President and Managing Member
In June 2000, Dr. Carlo Musso and several emergency medicine colleagues teamed with local physicians and nurses to create CorrectHealth. Their concept: import high caliber medical service within jails and prisons. As a practicing physician, Dr. Musso integrated the complexities of emergent, urgent and chronic medical care into a growing correctional healthcare organization.
In 1986, Dr. Musso obtained his Doctorate of Medicine with Honors from Louisiana State University School of Medicine. Following Medical School, Dr. Musso completed a Residency in Emergency Medicine at Denver General Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Musso is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Following his training, Dr. Musso worked as an Emergency Physician in metro Atlanta for over a decade. During this time, Dr. Musso was an integral member of Pinnacle Emergency Consultants, an emergency physician group. He also served as the Medical Director of Emergency Medical Services for numerous ambulance companies.
Dr. Musso’s community activities include serving as the Medical Director of the Rainbow House, an emergency shelter for children in the Atlanta area. He has served on the Board of the Housing Authority of Clayton County since 1997. Professional associations include his membership in the Medical Association of Georgia and the Society of Correctional Physicians.
Lynn Junca, BS, MT (ASCP)
Chief Financial Officer
Building upon her experience in business and healthcare management, Ms. Junca joined CH in 2004 as a consultant to the Finance Department. In January 2005, she joined the Company full time and continues to provide leadership with Accounting, Finance, and Human Resources, as well as working closely with our Allied Health Services vendors. Ms. Junca’s experience as the director of a large hospital laboratory enables her to successfully integrate complex business and healthcare processes and systems.
Stacy Blackman, Esquire
Chief Legal Officer
Stacy joined CorrectHealth in July of 2006 as Chief Legal Officer. Prior to joining CorrectHealth, Stacy was a partner at an Atlanta law firm, specializing in the defense of Medical Malpractice cases. She now enjoys her proactive role in healthcare management with CorrectHealth.
Stacy is a native of Valparaiso, Indiana. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree from Ball State University in 1993 and her Juris Doctorate Degree from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law in 1996. She lives in Henry County with her daughter, Meredeth.
Stacy is a member of the American Bar Association, Atlanta Bar Association – Litigation Section, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, Georgia Society of Healthcare Risk Management, National Commission on Correctional Healthcare, and the Defense Research Institute (DRI). Stacy has received the highest peer rating (AV) through Martindale Hubbell. In addition, since 2006, she has been named as a “Georgia Rising Star” – a recognition received by less than 3% of all Georgia attorneys.
At CorrectHealth, Stacy’s full-time duties include: risk assessment, avoidance and reduction; oversight of credentialing of healthcare providers; contract drafting and review; assurance of contract compliance; assurance of corporate compliance with legal policy, laws, rules, and regulations; active involvement in the company’s Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program; oversight of workers’ compensation matters; and oversight of all litigation matters.