Saddled with $200,000 in student loans, and facing NJ's high cost of living, most new doctors opt to practice elsewhere.
Bills would help health centers in poor cities but face opposition for placing limits on a patient’s right to sue
The governor's veto may be a key step toward meeting NJ's responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act.
Law would alleviate jurisdictional issues when families feud over guardianship.
More than 300 transplants in past 20 years make Dr. Margarita Camacho one of the leading specialists in the nation.
Children’s Specialized Hospital trains teachers in day cares and preschools to recognize the disorder.
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.