Boston, MA (September 18, 2017) – Global management consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting has added William C. Lamoreaux, former CEO of EmblemHealth, one of the largest non-profit health plans in the U.S., to the L.E.K. Healthcare Services Executive Network.

The L.E.K. Healthcare Services Executive Network is a partnership between L.E.K. and experienced healthcare executives and industry leaders. L.E.K. and the network share a commitment to improving healthcare by working to enhance the performance of leading organizations in the sector.

“Healthcare organizations must navigate one of the economy’s most dynamic and challenging business and regulatory arenas. William Lamoreaux’s deep knowledge and unique expertise will help our Healthcare Services Network add significant value to our consulting teams and our clients,” said Wiley Bell, Managing Director and Head of L.E.K.’s Healthcare Services practice for the Americas.

Most recently, Mr. Lamoreaux was Chief Executive Office of Emblem Strategic Services. He has also served as EmblemHealth’s Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Government Programs and Operations. His experience includes turnarounds and developing new contract and care coordination models. He holds a BS in Health Administration from Ithaca College, and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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