Study of COVID-19 hospitalizations in NJ shows one sign of hope

One advantage health leaders have in confronting the second wave of COVID-19 in New Jersey is months of data and research now at their disposal. The New Jersey Hospital Association analyzed more than 27,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations from April 1 through the end of August, and one key finding shows a note of hope.

Sean Hopkins is the senior vice president of the association’s CHART, or Center for Health Analytics, Research and Transformation. He shares what the team found with Anchor Briana Vannozzi.