Mansue took over as Inspira Health’s CEO in September 2020, coming off four years as RWJBarnabas’ chief experience officer, and before that holding various positions within the health care and health insurance industries in New Jersey and New York for nearly three decades.
Last year, Inspira embarked on a new, three-year strategic plan with an eye toward fulfilling the needs of its community and the growth of the organization, while remaining independent.
To that end, in December the system announced it would expand its reach with a definitive agreement to add Salem Medical Center to its network.
One of the ways that Mansue stays in touch with the community is through her video updates on Inspira’s Facebook page, which feel like intimate updates from a friend–one who tells you to get your vaccine or a mammogram. And one who shares touching and compelling stories, like of hospital volunteer Tommy Messner, who colleagues crowdfunded a bike for so he could arrive to his volunteer shifts comfortably and in style, and Dr. William King, believed to be the first Black doctor to join the medical staff at Underwood-Memorial (now Inspira Health Center) in Woodbury in 1968. In 2022, Mansue was named as a board member for the New Jersey Hospital Association.