Quantum Health Taps William Lahrmann for Executive Role

Columbus, OH Apr 7, 2014 – Quantum Health, Inc. today announced that it has appointed William Lahrmann to the role of vice president of client engagement. Lahrmann, who brings more than 27 years experience in health care, human resources and benefits sales, and consulting to Quantum Health, will fulfill a critical role on the company’s executive leadership team.
“Bill’s track record of success at Marsh and Mercer, along with his deep knowledge of health care benefits and client engagement expertise, is an ideal match for us,” said Kara Trott, founder and chief executive officer of Quantum Health. “Bill’s focus will be on elevating critical client and member experience capabilities as we experience accelerated rates of growth as a company. He will be a terrific partner to our sales and business operation teams.”
Lahrmann will be responsible for driving the company’s client engagement strategy and further elevating Quantum Health’s client-facing capabilities. His national sales expertise will allow him to even more closely align and accelerate the efforts of Quantum Health’s client executives and implementation teams to provide clients and their employees an unparalleled health care experience.
“I am both grateful and eager for this opportunity to take my career focus on employee benefits and apply it at Quantum Health with its coordinated care model,” said Lahrmann. “I believe I am arriving at the right place at the right time, with a tremendous amount of potential in front of us as a team.”
Prior to joining Quantum Health, Lahrmann served as the U.S. sales leader for employee benefits at Marsh. For more than a decade he also served in various regional and national sales leadership roles at Mercer (a Marsh & McLennan Company) specializing in employee benefits.
Mr. Lahrmann earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Miami University, and holds a Master of Science in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management from Loyola University of Chicago. He is an active contributor to the community through his board involvement with The March of Dimes Columbus, the Heinzerling Memorial Foundation and the STAG Foundation. He resides with his family in Upper Arlington, Ohio.