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RWJBarnabas joins 13 health systems to announce over $700M in investments

Fourteen hospitals and health systems, including RWJBarnabas Health, announced on Wednesday a commitment of over $700 million for place-based investing to create strong and healthy communities. “At RWJBarnabas Health, our mission is to create healthier communities,” said Barry Ostrowsky, president and CEO of RWJBarnabas Health. “As an anchor institution, we have a moral obligation to address the social and economic inequalities that plague our neighbors, particularly those who are most vulnerable,” said Ostrowsky. 

Publication date: 2019-11-07
Parent publication: NJBIZ
Publication URL: https://njbiz.com/rwjbarnabas-health-joins-13-health-systems-announce-700-million-investments/

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