OMNIA Health Alliance
Meet the OMNIA Health Alliance
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
Robert A. Marino, Chairman, President and CEO
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, the state's oldest and largest health insurer is a tax-paying, not-for-profit health service corporation, providing a wide array of medical, dental, vision, and prescription insurance products and services. Horizon BCBSNJ is leading the transformation of health care in New Jersey by working with doctors and hospitals to deliver innovative, patient-centered programs that reward the quality, not quantity, of care patients receive. Learn more at HorizonBlue.com. Horizon BCBSNJ is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association serving more than 3.8 million members.
Atlantic Health System
Brian A. Gragnolati, FACHE, President & CEO
(Based on 2014 data)
- 4,059 physicians
- 14,075 total employees
- 5 hospitals, numerous ancillary facilities
- 84,232 admissions, 257,546 emergency visits,
- 1,045,173 outpatient visits
Atlantic Health System, headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey, is one of the largest non-profit health care systems in New Jersey. It includes Morristown Medical Center in Morristown, NJ; Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ; Newton Medical Center in Newton, NJ; Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains, NJ; and Goryeb Children's Hospital in Morristown, NJ, as well as Atlantic Rehabilitation, and Atlantic Home Care and Hospice. It also includes its subsidiary, Atlantic Ambulance Corporation. Atlantic Health System comprises 1,599 licensed beds, more than 14,000 employees and more than 4,000 physicians. Atlantic Health System has a medical school affiliation with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University; a Major Clinical Affiliate of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey; part of Atlantic Accountable Care Organization, one of the largest ACOs in the nation, and is a member of AllSpire Health Partners.
Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer
(Based on 2014 data)
- 5,200 physicians
- 21,000 total employees
- Total Revenue in 2014: 2.96 billion
- More than 50 locations
- 2,280,000 total patient visits
Barnabas Health is the largest not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system in New Jersey and one of the largest in the region, with more than two million patient visits and delivery of more than 20,000 babies annually. The system includes seven acute care hospitals – Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, Community Medical Center in Toms River, Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City, Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus in Lakewood, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, and Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston (four are teaching hospitals); two children's hospitals, a freestanding 100-bed behavioral health center, a trauma center, ambulatory care centers, geriatric centers, the state's largest behavioral health network, comprehensive home care and hospice programs, retail pharmacy services, a medical group, multi-site imaging centers and four accountable care organizations. As the second-largest private employer in New Jersey, Barnabas Health includes more than 21,000 employees, over 5,200 physicians, and 500 residents and interns. For more information, visit www.BarnabasHealth.org.
Hackensack University Health Network
Robert C. Garrett, President and CEO
(Based on 2014 data)
- 3,359 physicians
- 10,824 total employees
- Total Revenue in 2014: $2,026,023.939
- 4 locations
- 69,574 Admissions
- 19,231 Inpatient Surgeries
- 31,617 Outpatient Surgeries
- 211,394 Emergency Visits
- 580,085 Outpatient Visits
Hackensack University Health Network is the New Jersey-based parent company of HackensackUMC, the HackensackUMC Foundation, Hackensack University HealthPartners Medical Group, and corporate joint venture partners with LHP Hospital Group (Dallas, TX) in ownership of two hospitals: HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley and HackensackUMC Mountainside. With more than 10,000 employees, 3,300 credentialed medical staff members and 1,717 hospital and nursing home beds at hospitals within the Network, Hackensack University Health Network is one of the largest healthcare system in northern New Jersey
Robert P. Wise, CEO of Hunterdon Healthcare
- 300 physicians
- Over1,200 employees
- Total Revenue In 2013: $288,341,000
- 12 locations
- 437,683 total patients
Hunterdon Healthcare exists to prevent disease, illness and injury; to seek cures; relieve pain; give comfort; and inspire a healthy way of living. Hunterdon Medical Center, the flagship hospital, treats over 8,600 inpatients annually, with 33,000 Emergency Department visits and over 292,000 outpatient visits per year. The 178-bed teaching hospital provides a full range of preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic inpatient and outpatient hospital and community health services.
Inspira Health Network
John A. DiAngelo, CEO of Inspira Health Network
- 1,100 physicians
- 5,449 total employees
- Total Revenue in 2014: $666,643,000
- Over 60 locations including 3 medical center
- 189,966 total patients
Inspira Health Network is a charitable nonprofit health care organization formed in November 2012 by the merger of South Jersey Healthcare and Underwood-Memorial Hospital. The Network, which traces its roots to 1899, now comprises three hospitals, four multi-specialty health centers and a total of more than 60 locations. These include outpatient imaging and rehabilitation centers; numerous specialty centers, including sleep medicine, cardiac testing and wound care; and more than two dozen primary and specialty physician practices in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.
Together with its medical staff of more than 1,100 physicians and other health care providers, Inspira Health Network provides evidence-based care to help each patient achieve the best possible outcome.
Robert Wood Johnson Health System
Stephen K. Jones, President and CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Health System
- Over 3,000 medical staff
- Over 10,000 total employees
- Total Revenue: $1,500,000,000
- 6 hospitals in system
- Over 600,000 patients total
RWJHS is comprised of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJ) New Brunswick and Somerset, The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at RWJ, RWJ Hamilton, RWJ Rahway and Children's Specialized Hospital, the nation's largest provider of pediatric rehabilitation medicine. RWJHS also features five fitness and wellness centers as well as numerous ambulatory care facilities.
RWJHS proudly offers residents of the diverse communities it serves, some of the finest acute care services, innovation and the latest technology available anywhere in the United States.
Summit Medical Group
Jeffrey Le Benger, MD, FACS, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Medical Group
- More than 600 providers
- More than 3,000 total employees
- Total Revenue: $350,000,000
- More than 60 total locations in central and northern New Jersey
- 80 coordinated medical services and specialties
- 400,000 total patients
Summit Medical Group is the largest and oldest physician owned multispecialty practice in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area and among the largest in the nation. SMG's coordinated model of care has simultaneously improved care for individuals, lowered costs of care, and improved care quality. In the last 15 years, Jeffrey Le Benger, MD, FACS, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Medical Group, has navigated SMG's dramatic transition from a small medical practice to a comprehensive, integrated delivery system.
In addition to its 250,000-square-foot flagship campus at 1 Diamond Hill Road in Berkeley Heights, NJ, the Group has recently opened three new healthcare facilities in Florham Park, Livingston, and Westfield.
As a premier multispecialty group, Summit Medical Group has provided exceptional primary and specialty care since 1929.
OMNIA Health Alliance Questions & Answers
What is the OMNIA Health Alliance?
The OMNIA Health Alliance is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between some of the top health care organizations across the state dedicated to accelerating the transformation of the state's health care system to one that rewards high quality health care. The current traditional, fee-for-service health care system generally treats patients after they become sick, and pays hospitals and doctors for the amount of services they provide to those patients. The result is higher costs and more health services, but not necessarily more effective care. The OMNIA Health Alliance is committed to developing innovative ways to keep individuals healthy and improving the quality of care individuals receive, enhancing individuals' health care experience, and lowering health care costs for individuals and businesses.
Who is included in the OMNIA Health Alliance?
The OMNIA Health Alliance includes the state's largest health insurer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, the Atlantic Health System, Barnabas Health, Hackensack University Health Network, Hunterdon Healthcare, Inspira Health Network, Robert Wood Johnson Health System, and the Summit Medical Group.
What makes the OMNIA Health Alliance unique?
The unprecedented collaboration between top health care organizations in New Jersey with a shared vision to transform the health care system to one that is centered on providing more effective and efficient care and a better health care experience to consumers.
Instead of a health care system that only treats patients when they are sick, the OMNIA Health Alliance organizations will collaborate and innovate on ways to increase the scale of population health management across the state to help keep individuals healthy, improve their quality of life, and lower health care costs. The OMNIA Health Alliance is also dedicated to fundamentally transforming how they work with each other to finance and deliver more effective and efficient health care to New Jersey consumers.
Is the OMNIA Health Alliance an accountable care organization (ACO)?
No. The OMNIA Health Alliance is not an accountable care organization. The OMNIA Health Alliance is a much larger collaboration than a single ACO. This alliance represents a shared vision and commitment between Horizon BCBSNJ, a major multispecialty physician group, and several health systems to change how health care is financed and delivered in New Jersey. The result will be greater collaboration, innovation, and focus on population health management as well as more integrated, coordinated care that will lead to better patient outcomes, produce an enhanced health care experience for consumers, and lower the total cost of care.
Why is the OMNIA Health Alliance important for New Jersey's health care consumers?
Rising health care costs are unsustainable. The status quo is unsustainable. Consumers want a better health care system. The OMNIA Health Alliance is committed to transforming New Jersey's health care system for the better. It is a powerful collaboration of the top health care organizations in the state focused on helping consumers experience health care in a new, more effective and efficient way.
When this many health care leaders in New Jersey come together and agree on a shared vision, it creates great power for positive change. We're calling it the Power of YES.