To drive a face-to-face relationship between health insurers and consumers, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey will open the state's first health insurance retail store this summer in Moorestown.
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center announced today its president and CEO, Douglas Duchak, will on Jan. 1, 2014, become head of the hospital system’s foundation. At that time, Warren Geller, executive vice president and chief operating officer, will take over the top role at the hospital.Read More »
A new partnership with Franklin Cardiovascular will expand Lourdes Health System's regional model of patient-centered cardiovascular care to grow efficiency and cut costs by aligning more physicians with hospitals, according to executives with the group.
New Jersey consumers will receive an estimated $106 million in health insurance rebates from insurance companies that fail to comply with the Medical Loss Ratio provision of the Affordable Care Act, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation report based on insurer filings to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.Read More »
Parsippany-based Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. agreed Tuesday to acquire drugmaker Actavis Group, of Zug, Switzerland, for $5.6 billion, creating the third-largest global generics company in the world with $8 billion in anticipated 2012 revenue.
When pharmaceutical company Ipsen first announced plans to open a new headquarters on the East Coast in June, Sean McKercher, president and general manager of Ipsen North America, couldn't stop thinking about the ones who got away.
After three months under the leadership of interim President and CEO Thomas Thees, the Visiting Nurses Association Health Group named Dr. Steven Landers the new head of the organization, effective in June.
Hospitals have worked on their own for years to reduce the number of hospital-acquired infections seen each year, but several institutions that partnered with an insurer and an information technology company have found strength in numbers.
Jersey City Medical Center received $34 million in 2008 — President and CEO Joseph Scott's first year at the hospital — from the state's Health Care Stabilization Fund program in order to prevent services from being cut and to try to get the hospital on a more even financial footing.
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