The Senate Majority Office says a bill to create a state-based exchange isn’t being held up. In fact, it’s still being worked on to expand the legislation for all Medicaid eligible residents.
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.
There are 78,000 children in New Jersey that are completely uninsured, according to a new report by the left-leaning think tank New Jersey Policy Perspective.
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.
Banning smoking on the beach, reinstating the individual mandate, and bills that improving safety on school buses are some of the new laws going to effect in 2019.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick introduced a bill Tuesday that would ban mandated pre-approvals for tests, treatments and prescriptions normally covered by medical insurers.
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.
Murphy is widely anticipated to sign both bills, but the impact on premiums probably won't be felt before 2019.
A bill that would protect patients from surprise out-of-pocket medical expenses got a hearing, but the controversial nuclear subsidy bill was pulled from consideration.
Our new governor has only been in office for a few days, but already Phil Murphy is taking several actions that will impact workers and businesses in New Jersey.
Poll finds more New Jerseyans are insured, but that they are dissatisfied with their options and the price of coverage.
A new report by NJ Policy Perspective calls for legislation that would extend health care to children who are unauthorized immigrants.
There are a number of bills being used as leverage as the state's budget deadline nears.
With just three days left to finalize the state budget or face a government shutdown, it's crunch time in the Capitol. Lawmakers added funding for schools, prisons and community affairs programs. Will ...
Troy Singleton wants to create a program to give freelance and contract workers health and retirement benefits.