Receiving the flu shot could reduce the number of influenza–related hospitalizations and doctor visits, allowing medical professionals to focus on coronavirus-related cases.
In this panel discussion on health care disparities, NJ Spotlight News health care writer Lilo Stainton talks with Jeffrey Brenner and Kemi Alli.
Nursing assistants will be limited to eight residents as a means of ensuring safe, effective care, while task force will examine workforce recruitment and retention
This post will be updated as news about the coronavirus in New Jersey breaks. October 26 New Cases: 1,223 Total Cases: 229,684 Statewide rate of ...
Hospital staff share stories of what it was like to provide care during the spring coronavirus outbreak in New Jersey
Don’t overemphasize the marketplace of private plans at the expense of Medicaid
According to Virtua Health, people living in their targeted food desert communities have higher rates of obesity, diabetes and other diseases.
Masks, gowns and other supplies are stockpiled, but some worry about staffing levels amid a national COVID-19 surge
If you feel something you need to get it checked. It’s your health. If a doctor says “no we don’t feel anything or you’re too ...
With daily diagnoses at levels not seen since early summer, administration says it has to count on honor system to ensure compliance in small groups
Some nurses and other caregivers say they’re being forced to choose between their beliefs and their careers
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