The coalition wants Pallone, who is chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, to co-sponsor HR 1384, the Medicare for All Act.
Potential patients must be residents of Monmouth County and they have to provide documentation that verifies their income is equal to or less than 300% of the federal poverty guidelines.
New Jersey is joining a lawsuit against a new federal rule letting health care clinicians object to providing services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs.
"It’s time to fix New Jersey in a way that’s going to be meaningful and long-lasting," Sweeney said.
Robert Woods Johnson Foundation senior policy officer Dr. Giridhar Mallya talks about the report "Building a Culture of Health," which presents policymakers with a framework to close existing gaps in ...
A group of advocates and health care providers joined Rep. Donald Norcross in Camden to talk about the impact of the Trump administration's Title X "gag rule."
Sweeney presented his "Path to Progress" recommendations to members of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association at their headquarters in Trenton.
An attorney says three of his clients had to place their children back at the same facility where they almost died because of a shortage of available beds.
A new state law aims to ensure treatment for mental illness and substance abuse are covered in the same way as physical ailments and conditions.
New Jersey is home to 3.8 million people with pre-existing conditions who fear they could struggle to find affordable health care insurance without Obamacare.
Assemblywoman Shavonda Sumpter discusses a package of measures aimed at reversing maternal mortality rates in New Jersey.
If all goes smoothly, Jersey residents could start enrolling through the state exchange in the fall of 2020 for health care coverage that would start in 2021.
At the end of March Pallone expects to move the bills out of subcommittee, and ultimately onto the House floor.
Holy Name Medical Center's CEO says a new rule requiring hospitals to post their standard charges online may be more confusing than helpful if it's not followed by more reforms.
Despite lower premium costs and the state increasing funding for outreach, New Jersey is on track to sign up fewer individuals on healthcare.gov than last year.