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.
Incumbent 7th District Congressman Leonard Lance is fighting for his political life in a formerly secure Republican district.
For the first time in decades, midterms in New Jersey are actually competitive. With the balance of power in the House at stake, New Jersey is being closely watched.
MacArthur won re-election a couple years ago with 60 percent of the vote and tied his political fortunes firmly to Donald Trump. But seniors in the district have put health care on the ballot this ...
Three-quarters of people surveyed in a September poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation said it’s vital that coverage for people with existing conditions should remain law. Some GOP candidates are ...
New Jersey says enrollment dipped by 10 percent last year and it plans to reverse that this year.
A new poll out Thursday from Monmouth University puts the two candidates in a statistical dead heat.
One of the first pilot programs out of the Inspira Innovation Center is called Inspira Health Plus. A patient is sent home with devices prescribed based on their condition.
Gov. Murphy announced that due to legislation he signed to stabilize the state's insurance market, health insurance rates will actually decrease an average of 9.3 percent next year.
The program provides for residents of Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine to rotate through VA clinics.
The state health commissioner says banking reforms will diversify the marijuana marketplace, especially if New Jersey legalizes recreational marijuana.
Ady Barkan's message is that Medicare and Medicaid need saving.