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Arthur H. Spiegel III

Consultant/Investor

Arthur Spiegel is an entrepreneur with more than 40 years experience in healthcare. Formerly President of Computer Sciences Corporations (CSC) Healthcare Group and of APM Inc. He currently sits on the board of directors of AccentCare & Recovery Ways. Mr. Spiegel previously served as co-chairman of the board of Accretive Health, Inc.  and has served on the boards of Amicas, Inc., MDEverywhere, and Lifemasters Supported SelfCare as Chairman. He has also served on the following boards: Silverlink Communications, Inc, Sound Inpatient Physicians, Accolade Inc., New Roads, Inc., Ten Fold, Inc., Lynx Medical Systems, Inc., Eyetel Imaging, Inc., and Broadlane, all sold.

Mr. Spiegel founded APM Management Consultants in 1974 and grew the firm into the nation’s largest stand-alone consulting firm dedicated to healthcare. In 1996, he sold APM to CSC, where, as president reporting to the CEO, he established and built the CSC Healthcare Group into one of the top four technology service companies in the industry, according to Healthcare Informatics. Serving health plans, providers, and life sciences companies, the group provided leading-edge consulting and systems integration services, claims processing software, business process outsourcing for health plans, and IT outsourcing throughout the healthcare industry. He retired from CSC in 2002.

Prior to founding APM, Mr. Spiegel held top management roles in New York City’s housing and development and human resources agencies and was one of the early leaders of Accion en Venezuela (now Accion International), a corporately-funded community development organization.

He has served on not-for-profit boards, including service as president of The New York chapter of the March of Dimes, and secretary of the National Center for Health Education. He has published in business journals including the Harvard Business Review and The Hospital Forum and has been named “One of the Most Influential Individuals in Health Care IT’ by the leading trade publication, Advance for Health Information Executives.

Mr. Spiegel holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA from Stanford University