Assemblyman Reed Gusciora says new legislation would require health insurance companies to disclosure how hospitals and doctors are classified and to make sure that there are tier one hospitals serving low income people.
Catholic Charities of Trenton has a successful integrated health care program with behavioral and physical health care under one roof. Gov. Christie says he's expanding the model by seven new agencies in New Jersey.
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