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.
Regional medical networks improve treatment by letting all healthcare providers access relevant patient information.
More than 300 people gathered Thursday to celebrate the opening of Eden Autism Services’ brand new Education and Outreach Center located in the Princeton Forrestal ...
'Budget-neutral' waiver can deliver new Medicaid services as long as federal government contributes same amount.
What can be done to bring down what a new report reveals as some of the highest Medicare/Medicaid spending in the country?
Online tool answers questions about workplace wellness for employers with 50 or fewer workers.