Allowing drugstores to sell birth control products without doctor’s exam, prescription should improve women’s health and financial stability, experts say
As state shifts to fee-for-service model, some providers are concerned that funding shortages could force them to close their doors
Making home healthcare workers wait months for a license only encourages them to leave a field where they’re badly needed, a lose-lose situation
Many programs should see generous boosts in funding, but others -- like day programs for psychiatric outpatients -- could see cuts
Trans-Hudson deal gives New York State access to New Jersey’s prescription-monitoring program, legislation would let opioid prescriptions be partially filled
Garden State facilities drop from fifth to 22nd place nationally; experts warn against directly comparing results of 2016 Leapfrog report with earlier rankings
Christie lauds the work -- and successes -- of hotline and call-takers who make sure someone is there to help 24/7
A growing group of Garden State organizations are dedicated to helping residents have the death they want, away from hospitals and free from costly medical ...
All nine cases detected in Garden State originated overseas, but ‘travelers’ disease’ remains a concern in a state where so many people have roots abroad
In 2011, the governor argued there was no money for women’s healthcare, but advocates and critics are still trying to account for women who may ...