The North Jersey oncologist used her medical license – and allowed others to use it – to purchase prescription medication under false pretenses for profit.
The provider's Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing will use the resources to help train more nurses amid a shortage of professionals many experts attribute, at least in part, to pandemic-era burnout.
Matthew Amodeo, formerly of law firm Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, has served as the health care system's external legal counsel since 2009.
“With these changes to the executive management team, our leaders will be closer to customers and patients, which will set the stage for accelerated growth and propel Bausch + Lomb toward a highly competitive, efficient and effective future,” Chairman and CEO Brent Saunders said in a statement.
The new 70,000-square-foot facility in Totowa was made possible, in part, by a “generous” donation by the Nicholas Martini Foundation and U.S. District Judge William Martini.
“That’s a real worry for the health of our population, and an added burden for hospitals and their care teams in the midst of a severe workforce shortage," said New Jersey Hospital Association President and CEO Cathy Bennett.
The Jersey City Medical Center opened a hybrid operating room and the Neuro Interventional Cath Lab, while the Children’s Specialized Hospital unveiled the renovated Pediatric Long Term Care Unit at CSH Mountainside.
Garden State hospitals continue to improve their showing on the annual evaluation, with eight listed in 2022 and only three in 2021.
The Mount Laurel company said the decision to add a chief information officer was necessary "as the benefit management industry’s digital transformation continues to take hold.”
The former chairman and CEO also delivered the keynote speech during the college’s May 18 graduate programs commencement ceremony at its Mahwah campus.
The NeuroFlow platform can help identify and prioritize "behavioral health concerns in our populations,” said Dr. Jim Barr, a vice president and chief medical officer for the Morristown-based system.
A spokesperson for the New Brunswick-based health conglomerate told NJBIZ that the company is “working closely with U.S. regulators to determine the best path forward.”