Hoping for $100 million from the federal government, NJ instead gets 200 questions about its Medicaid Reform Proposal.
A new approach to chronic diseases like diabetes closely coordinates patient care and follow-up to improve treatment and reduce costly ER visits and hospital stays.
Patient-centered medical homes team doctors and nurses to ensure patients get preventative care.
Shaping New Jersey wants sidewalks for joggers and stores stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Some NJ hospitals are marketing their emergency rooms to insured patients, while the state struggles to reduce ER visits by Medicaid recipients.
Proposed changes to the state's Medicaid program would keep the elderly and people with disabilities out of institutions, which is what most of them want ...
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