The AmeriMama program at Meadowlands Hospital entices pregnant Russians to deliver their babies here, making the babies eligible for U.S. citizenship.
The governor gets a law on the books. Making “unequivocal, unashamed, unapologetic support of Israel” the policy of the state. State road and bridge repairs, stalled over depleted transportation ...
The legislation’s sponsor estimates the program could save the state $5 million to $9 million annually.
While consumers get valuable help in making health care choices, industry representatives say other criteria should be taken into account.
While studies find that most mergers lead to higher prices, health care executives point to improved "population health management."
But deal may be reached to lower patients’ out-of-pocket costs for some of the newer abuse-deterrent opioids.
Losing subsidies under the Affordable Care Act could prove disastrous for residents with health problems who might lose insurance.
Unions say it would improve patient safety, but hospital managers say they must have flexibility to assign staff according to circumstances.
New Jersey poison control official cites allergic reaction concerns. Industry representatives dismiss testing method as unreliable.
The federal agency tracked the health of first responders and recommends new safety procedures for train derailments.
UnitedHealthcare draws on Camden experience, while statewide collaborative could affect Medicaid funding and transportation.
Government stands to lose on terminated $118 million contract to coordinate applicant information.
While leading doctors’ group opposes measure, some physicians and other health providers back it.