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Alan Levine

Alan Levine is President and Chief Executive Officer of Mountain States Health Alliance, the largest hospital and health system in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. The principal academic partner for East Tennessee State University, and with annual net revenue exceeding $1 billion, Mountain States serves the 29 county Appalachian region through 14 hospitals, more than 1,000 affiliated physicians, 10,000 team members, the region’s only children’s hospital, and a variety of health services, including Home Health, Hospice, outpatient surgery, pharmacy, urgent care and a wholly owned Insurance company.

With 20 years of hospital operations experience, Alan has served as CEO of various hospitals and health systems in several states and throughout Florida, including operation of the fifth largest public not-for-profit health system in the nation.

Modern Healthcare Magazine has named Alan one of 30 people in the nation who will have a powerful impact on health care in the next 30 years. Others on the same list include then Senator Hillary Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Barack Obama, Bobby Jindal and the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Alan was also named an “Up and Comer” in American healthcare by Modern Healthcare in 2005.

Prior to his current role with Mountain States Health Alliance, Alan served as Senior Advisor to the Board of a Fortune 500 Health Care company, and as Group President of the largest operating division of the $6 billion company. He served as Secretary of Louisiana’s Department of Health and Hospitals, as well as Governor Bobby Jindal’s senior health policy advisor. Prior to being recruited by Governor Jindal, Alan served as CEO of Florida’s Broward Health. Alan also served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Health Policy Advisor to Florida Governor Jeb Bush prior to his appointment to serve as Secretary of Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA).

Alan currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy and the Foundation for Florida’s Future. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health Education from the University of Florida, a Master’s in Business Administration and Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Florida. His wife, Laura, attended the Florida State University, earning a degree in Nursing. His son received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Florida and his daughter attends Nursing School.