Warren Moore has been named the chief operating officer of Inspira Health, effective immediately, the health system announced Wednesday.
Moore, who has more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry, has been tasked with elevating operations across the health care network, including hospitals and ambulatory sites, as well as supporting the advancement of Inspira’s strategic growth.
Moore comes to Inspira from RWJBarnabas Health, where he served as CEO of Children’s Specialized Hospital and the senior vice president, pediatric services. He was with RWJBarnabas Health for more than two decades.
As executive vice president and COO, Moore will support Inspira’s growth strategy under CEO Amy Mansue. He will oversee the operations for the network’s hospitals, health centers and various outpatient services by providing direction to those departments to optimize clinical quality and patient experience while meeting budget and operational goals.
“Moore is a highly respected executive leader in the health care industry whose experience will be invaluable to the growth of Inspira,” Mansue said. “He has a strong background in utilizing his insights to improve hospital operations. In joining our leadership team and our network overall, he will bring immeasurable knowledge and experience to fuel our growth as a health care leader in the South Jersey region.”
Inspira officials said the appointment comes at a critical time, as Inspira continues to expand its access and services throughout South Jersey communities. Moore’s foresight for long-term growth will solidify the foundation of the network’s continued success.
“I am grateful for this opportunity, and I am looking forward to taking on this leadership role at Inspira and utilizing my previous experiences to maximize the impact Inspira can have on their patients,” he said. “Alongside the leadership team, we will continually elevate the high quality, safe and compassionate care that we provide to those in our community.”
Moore holds a Bachelor of Science in business management from the University of Maryland, as well as a master’s degree in health and human service administration from Rider University. He is recognized as a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Children’s Hospital Association’s Quality and Safety Committee, the New Jersey Council of Children’s Hospitals Leadership Committee, the New Jersey Innovation Institute External Advisory Board and the New Jersey Hospital Association’s Finance Committee.
Moore has been recognized by the Healthcare Institute of New Jersey for his leadership contributions to life sciences in the area of patient advocacy.