The state has six months to iron out the details of its insurance exchange -- and qualify for $5 million in federal grants.
NJToday's Mike Schneider sat down with Dr. Jay Tischfield, Director of the Human Genetics Institute at Rutgers University, to discuss the study.
Aided by volunteers, James McCracken, Ombudsman for the Institutionalized Elderly, protects and befriends residents of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
‘Physician Orders’ ensures that patients’ end-of-life wishes are honored.
Policy advisors outline progress in NJ efforts to obtain waiver.
Keeping recently discharged patients from winding up back in a hospital bed is smart medicine -- and could save NJ hospitals millions of dollars annually.
On average, NJ employers will see rate climb 6.9 percent in 2012.
Federal money -- and looming penalties -- help convince more NJ physicians to computerize their patients' charts.
A new type of medical document lets the chronically or terminally ill decide how they want to spend their final days.
One key message: By driving out waste, healthcare reform will stabilize or even decrease prices.