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Lee Earl Mortenson, American health care executive. Master of Public Administration University Southern California. Recipient Achievement award, American Medical Association, 1974. Chairman National Cancer Institute Advisory Committee on Physician Referral, 1976—1977; Member of Kappa Tau Alpha, Greater Washington Society Association Executives, American Association Medical Systems and Informatics, American Association Medical Society Executives.

Background

Mortenson, Lee Earl was born on February 22, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Wallis Lee and Fern Lottie (Rehfeld) Mortenson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in History and Political Science, Elmhurst College, 1971. Master of Science in Advertising/Marketing, Northwestern University, 1972.

Career

President American Political Consultant, Chicago, 1967—1971. Regional director American Medical Association, 1972—1974. Director Eastern Division Career Development Pathway Associates, Bethesda, Maryland, 1974—1975.

Director communications division Johns Hopkins Commodity Credit Corporation, Baltimore, 1975—1977. President ELM Services, Inc., Rockville, since 1977. Executive director Association Community Cancer Center, since 1977.

Consultant HCFA, 1981—1987. President ELM Institute, since 1981. Director Chop-Doctor of Science, Rockville, 1981—1984.

Membership

Chairman National Cancer Institute Advisory Committee on Physician Referral, 1976—1977. Member of Kappa Tau Alpha, Greater Washington Society Association Executives, American Association Medical Systems and Informatics, American Association Medical Society Executives.

Connections

Married Jane Hammond, March 17, 1979. Children: Lars, Leia.