“We just didn’t have the track record or scale to qualify for a line of credit from a bank,” De Clercq said. “There was a problem in this market that was not being addressed if I couldn’t get financing for a $1 million business.” When he saw his sister raise $20,000 for a ground-level business ...Read More »
The matter will now be sent back to the municipality. “We hold, where a structure substantially exceeds the local height restriction, that in determining whether the height of a building would be ‘consistent with the surrounding neighborhood,’ a zoning board is obligated to consider the impact that the structure would have on more than the ...Read More »
That has providers walking a fine line between securing patient data and keeping up with the trends. Experts say that struggle is especially real when it comes to electronic medical records, or EMRs, which make up the most commonly used technology across all specialties in the health care industry. Todd Brower, a health care attorney ...Read More »
That’s according to recent polling data cited by William Pascrell III, a lobbyist for Princeton Public Affairs Group — and it’s not lost on operators who have set up shop in the state. “That’s something that I think the industry has been grappling with,” Pascrell said. But that could change in a big way, he ...Read More »
Two weeks ago, Fox caught many off guard by announcing his plans to resign from his post by the end of the month. The news was seen as particularly timely, given that federal prosecutors are reportedly investigating the dealings between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and United Airlines, which Fox lobbied ...Read More »
Sen. Nia Gill, chair of the Senate Commerce committee, grilled first the Horizon officials and then the Department of Banking and Insurance officials about technicalities in the alliance and product plan. “We know a lot more now than we did when walked in,” said Gill (D-Montclair), adding that she wanted the AG to investigate antitrust ...Read More »
State Sen. Joe Vitale and Nia Gill, chairs of the Health and Commerce committees, respectively, will begin the hearing at 10 a.m. in Trenton. Legislators and other elected officials around the state have voiced opposition to the OMNIA Health Alliance, raising concerns about long-term effects the largest insurer will have on health systems in the ...Read More »
Earlier this year, Wolff & Samson did something not many other firms of its size and stature would dream of doing — it rebranded. “We are maintaining the best of what has been here for more than 40 years and we’re reacting to the market conditions,” Member Francis J. Giantomasi said. “This is a soft ...Read More »
A judge has dismissed four counts of bribery in the federal corruption case involving U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and Florida ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen.Read More »
The ACA has turned patients into health care consumers.
Whether they are looking for a plan on the public exchange or adjusting to the affordable plans offered by employers, more and more people are shopping for health insurance than ever before.