A new private, nonprofit, consumer-directed health insurance group in New Jersey, sponsored by the Freelancers Union, has been awarded a loan of more than $100 million under the Affordable Care Act to set up and maintain affordable health plans for individuals and small businesses.
An extension of the federal payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits passed today by U.S. Congress won applause in the House of Representatives, but representatives of New Jersey's health care community said they were discouraged that no long-term solution was included to handle Medicare reimbursements.
A bill to speed up low-cost generic drug delivery to patients will boost New Jersey's generic drug industry, create jobs and save consumers billions of dollars, according to U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-Long Branch), who introduced the proposed legislation.
Jarmel Kizel Architects & Engineers Inc., in Livingston, is bulking up on fitness and wellness centers in New Jersey, as last week it announced it is working to design a fourth center with Fitness and Wellness Professional Services at the new University Medical Center at Princeton,...
What began as a trickle of mergers and partnerships has become a flood for New Jersey’s hospitals, which are increasingly exploring partnerships as a way to fend off the fiscal pressures of a new and changing health care landscape.
A range of government officials — from the federal to the local level — came together in North Brunswick this week to make the case that collaboration with industry can translate into tangible job growth.