Mr. Yan Moshe acquired Hudson Regional Hospital in January of 2018 and serves as the Chairman of the Board. He has been an operator of healthcare facilities for more than 20 years.
Hudson Regional Hospital’s mission is to build a healthier community by providing exceptional care for all Hudson County residents through investment in cutting edge technology, attracting top-tier providers, rebuilding high quality clinical services, and implementing a customer service model that addresses the health needs of all patients and caregivers.
Mr. Moshe’s first exposure to the facility, back then known as Meadowlands Hospital, was in 2011 and was struck by its potential, given its location and capacity to serve a population whose health care needs were not met at the time locally. Later, when the facility became available he was an eager prospective suiter and immediately embarked on an extensive redevelopment plan as Hudson Regional Hospital that has consistently exceeded performance expectations.
Mr. Moshe initially committed to the State that the hospital would receive $3 million in capital improvements over the first two years, but has already invested more than $8 million in physical renovations and technology innovations attracting top-tier practitioners and surgeons from the New York Metro Area. Among a list of achievements and advancements too lengthy to list here, Hudson Regional has
• Removed barriers to healthcare for 95% of New Jerseyans by securing in-network status for all major insurance;
• Installed state-of-the-art equipment including a Hitachi Oasis 1.2T High Field Open MRI;
• Launched The Institute for Robotic Surgery making it the only facility in the New York Metro area to offer a suite of minimally invasive surgical tools: ExcelsiusGPS. The Da Vinci XI, and The Mazor Robotic Guidance System. Surgeons at the Institute are reporting that their patients are requiring less overnight stays and are able to prescribe less opioids for pain management because patients are experiencing quicker and easier recovery periods;
• Improved care for Pediatrics, Geriatrics and Emergency Room patients with a Patient Liaison team;
• Added a new pharmacy and renovated the main lobby, Maternity Ward and patient rooms;
• Created community programs and partnerships including First Responder-patient communications by creating a File of Life emergency medical information card program for Secaucus citizens; hosted several Breast Cancer Screening Events open to all Hudson County residents regardless of insurance status; offered Career Events to hire local talent for open positions; and partnered with Meadowlands Y to offer a Diabetes Prevention Program, a year-long program to help those with pre-diabetes symptoms to independently manage their health.
Mr. Moshe, who also has a background as a real estate investor, recently launched Surgical Centers, a collection of 4 same-day surgery facilities employing the latest technologies and methods that serve hundreds of doctors and thousands of patients annually in the New York metropolitan area.