Lifetime Benefit Solutions Appoints Mooney President


UTICA – Trish Mooney has been appointed President of Lifetime Benefit Solutions (LBS), a subsidiary of Rochester-based Lifetime Healthcare Companies, with offices in Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo. AFB offers a full range of additional benefits and specialized programs to help supplement traditional employer benefits.

Mooney most recently served as Vice President of Operations and Process Improvement for LBS, where she led teams dedicated to project management, operations excellence and process optimization.

“With 16 years of experience in our organization, Trish has been a key member of our team as LBS has undergone a major transformation and experienced substantial improvements,” said Jim Reed, President and CEO of Lifetime Healthcare Companies.

“Through her collaborative relationships and innovative ideas, she created, designed and implemented a business unit dedicated to promoting efficiency and quality throughout the organization – we are proud to ‘announce this well-deserved appointment, ”added Reed.

As President of LBS, Mooney is responsible for overseeing the organization’s strategic plan and executive leadership, as well as ensuring that the 140-employee team is focused on delivering on its commitment to delivering innovative solutions. , customizable and useful to members, employers, and brokers.

Mooney began his career with General American Life Insurance Company in St. Louis, Missouri before joining Excellus BlueCross BlueShield in 2005.. During her career, she was Director of the Systems and Process Optimization Team and Director of the Enterprise Project Management Office.

A graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a BA in Management Information Systems, she also has an MBA from Webster University and is a Certified Project Management Professional and Lean Practitioner.

Mooney sits on the board of directors of the Greater Rochester Quality Council. She resides in Fairport with her husband, son and two daughters.


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