In December 2012, the former Omni Health Systems officially became Alaris Health. The renamed company is one of the state’s leading providers of post-hospital rehabilitation, long-term and specialty care, operating 17 healthcare centers throughout New Jersey.
“Our decision to change our name was due to several factors, not the least of which is the continuing expansion of our business and nature of the services we provide,” said Alaris Health founder, Avery Eisenreich. “We are constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of our residents, patients and the healthcare community and this course has taken us beyond the limits of traditional providers. Our new name reflects that leadership position.”
The Alaris name was selected based on attributes assigned by participants in extensive primary research studies. Key among them was simplicity, ease of use, memorability and perceived sense of strength and innovation.
According to Christopher A. Rotio, Senior Director of Business Development & Communications, “Alaris represents quality, strength, diversity, improved access to care and leading-edge capabilities. These qualities are vitally important points of difference to consumers as well as our working partners in the healthcare community. They represent opportunities for better, more responsive care for those we serve as well as a solid foundation on which we plan to build.
“Going forward under the Alaris brand, it is our mission to bring an ever-increasing range of services and care options to a growing number of communities statewide and to do so with maximum efficiency and affordability,” Rotio concluded.