Joe W. Lastinger
As the Alliance president, Joe W. Lastinger oversees the executive committee and board of directors and sets the strategic vision for the organization. Prior to joining the Alliance, Joe served as the system vice president of strategy and market development for Baylor Scott & White Health. Before that, Joe was CEO of the North Texas Accountable Healthcare Partnership (NTAHP), a regional healthcare improvement collaborative serving 145 hospitals and 7 million citizens in North Texas. During his time at NTAHP, Lastinger created a health information exchange and a regional payer claims database in partnership with large employers and health systems, along with regional and national payers. Earlier in his career, Lastinger served as chief marketing and strategy officer for T-System, Inc., a clinical IT solutions company, which provides emergency and urgent care documentation and coding software to 1,900 hospitals and clinics.
Joe has a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from the University of Dallas and an MBA in health services administration from the University of Dallas School of Management. He is a co-founder and board member of Families Fighting Flu and is an active board member of many other professional and community organizations.