Justin Lanning

As President & CEO, of 180 Health Partners Justin is a social entrepreneur dedicated to making a meaningful impact on the national opioid crisis by building capacity in the market, increasing access to support services, improving outcomes and serving as an advocate to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and behavioral health.

180 Health Partners prevents babies from being born dependent on opioids, by helping moms achieve their substance-free goals. Providing personalized engagement and coordination of medical, addiction, behavioral, lifestyle and environmental resources, 180 Health Partners helps mothers build sustainable momentum in their lives. Named a 2017 Nashville Business Journal Most Promising Start-Up Health Care Hero, Justin is bringing private industry and community stakeholders together to collaboratively effect social change. 180 Health Partners is recognized by the Global Action Platform for bringing private capital to solve a complex epidemic.

Previously, Justin was Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the Xerox Services’ (now Conduent) Healthcare Provider Analytics and Midas+ Solutions businesses where he applied his healthcare experience across the value chain. Justin also oversaw Xerox/Conduent’s $2.5 billion portfolio of healthcare quality and analytics businesses.

Justin joined Xerox/Conduent through the acquisition of CredenceHealth, where he was a co-founder, President and CEO. As a result of Justin’s leadership CredenceHealth was one of the first companies in the nation focused on real-time predictive clinical analytics solutions and services. Before that, he was an executive for Healthways, a Nashville, Tennessee-based leader in the disease management and wellness industries for governments, health plans and employers.

Justin was also a Senior Consultant with Compuware. He began his career at SBC/AT&T.

Justin gained a B.S. in Engineering Physics from Missouri State University. He has received executive certifications from the Harvard University Public School of Health and from the Vanderbilt University Executive Development Institute.

He is a former board member of cardiac imagine analysis company Marrek in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is a past president of the Tennessee Health Information Management System Society (HIMSS).

Justin has served on multiple community boards and is an active member in several organizations, including: The Contributor, 180 Impact Fund, Alignment Nashville, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Healthways Foundation, Leadership Health Care, The Phoenix Club of Nashville, 4Tucson and HIMSS.

Justin resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife of 15 years and two daughters.