AliMed, Inc., a Massachusetts-based medical supply manufacturer and distributor, has announced that Jeff Hastings has joined its Senior Leadership Team as the Senior Vice President of Commercial Growth and Development.
In his new role, Hastings will lead AliMed’s national sales and sales support teams, spearheading commercial expansion of its product portfolio to strengthen the company’s position and market share in both the acute and post-acute care space. Additionally, Hastings will drive efforts to develop and execute programs with preferred suppliers, build on core contract positions within the GPO, federal government, and healthcare-provider segments, and enhance the customer experience.
“Jeff has relentlessly proven over his more than 20 years in healthcare leadership to be a key cog in some very critical and highly strategic endeavors,” said Adam S. Epstein, CEO of AliMed. “He is superbly skilled at developing and leading high-performing sales teams with a track record for elevating companies to the next level. We are very excited to welcome Jeff and his talents to our team.”
As an influential senior executive in the healthcare industry, Hastings brings decades of leadership experience to AliMed. He has led major corporate initiatives focused on strategic transformation, portfolio diversification, and revenue acceleration for long-term sustainability at some of the nation’s largest healthcare organizations, including Owens and Minor, Cardinal Health, Hill-Rom, Roche Diagnostics, and Vizient (formerly MedAssets). Most recently, Hastings was operating partner at Mountain Pacific Fund, a life sciences investment firm based in Salt Lake City.
“AliMed has such a rich, mature, and robust foundation to build on,” Hastings said of AliMed’s more than 50 years in the medical products space. “There is a great sense of enormity in this opportunity, and I’m thrilled—with the support of Adam and a very dedicated AliMed team—to help bring this organization to new heights.”
A native of Ohio, Hastings holds a master’s degree in Education from the University of Akron and a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine and Health Education from Ashland University.