At the height of the pandemic, New Jersey-centered RWJBarnabas Health had an approximated 1,800 COVID-19 inpatient cases.
Now that the surge has subsided to the level that the community is handling less than a hundred inpatients with the virus, president and CEO Barry Ostrowsky believes his workforce is not only established up to get well from the past surge of cases, but also positioned for long term development.
“We were being blessed we under no circumstances experienced to make serious decisions among and amongst people,” Ostrowsky explained. “And though it was a battle to guarantee that we experienced adequate machines, and adequate PPE, and adequate medication, we were being, in actuality, in a position to get by means of it. But I would not be candid if I told you there were not evenings