AI is helping physicians across New Jersey and elsewhere to raise their level of patient care. But doctors who spoke with NJBIZ say there’s still a place for the human touch.
New technology has made a big difference in patient care. But it comes at a price.
How employers should plan for the federal vaccine mandate.
When it comes to innovation, you move forward – fast – or you fall by the wayside. When New Jersey unveiled its new Innovation Hub in New Brunswick last week, we made a powerful statement: we will invest to build on our strengths, not just skate on them. We will lead – and we’ll do it through smarter, better collaboration, writes Innovation+ founder and CEO James Barrood.
The Food and Commercial Workers Local Union 1202 maintained its hold on top spot in the NJBIZ list of New Jersey largest labor unions in 2020.
The right to unionize is baked into the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act as it is in the Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act. The law requires each cannabis business licensee to sign a labor peace agreement with a bona fide labor organization, with parties entering into an agreement that the employer will not oppose uni[...]
As requirements for the COVID-19 vaccine and now the booster shots become more the widespread in New Jersey and across the nation, unions and their leaders are faced with a dilemma: Should they simply comply with a mandate designed to protect members’ health, or protect members’ rights to negotiate a new condition of employment?
Founder Paige Brattin recognized the need to fill a spot in the market, improve an experience and give back in the process, leading her to develop See Worthy Patches to improve the lives of children with amblyopia.
Everyone is feeling supply and cost issues amid the pandemic. From the shelves at the grocery store not being stocked with items that have always been available to the cost at checkout, the impact on the consumer is unarguably at an all-time high.
Weina Meng, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, is developing a new, low-cost ultra-high-performance concrete for the New Jersey Department of Transportation that would be used to rehabilitate bridges.
The CEO of Turtle & Hughes talks about the company's projects, its outlook and what the commitment to sustainability means in practical terms.
Patients in Central New Jersey with early-stage breast cancer may benefit from accessing a treatment that does not require traditional invasive surgery: Cryoablation uses a small needle and the cooling power of liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy tumors.