Operating near the breakeven point and facing large capital expenditures, many nonprofits are struggling to keep their doors open.
Not yet the norm, EKGs could become commonplace as computers learn to interpret results.
Getting ready for overhaul, insurers are setting up shop for new customers looking for coverage
Some suggest governor's decision is politically motivated and in line with Republican attacks on federal healthcare reform.
New legislation enacts a simple idea: Hospital bills don't have to be indecipherable.
Funds will help Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers better serve poorest and sickest patients -- while reducing medical costs.
With skin cancer up 43 percent in Garden State, focus of New Jersey’s now-notorious tanner shifts to melanoma awareness.
Freelancers Union sponsors new federally funded venture that would give consumers voice in affordable coverage.
Focus on family histories to reveal predisposition to heart problems seen as more vital than EKGs.
A new procedure -- and an artificial valve -- are adding years to the lives of those not strong enough for heart surgery.
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