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.
Holy Name Medical Center touts its groundbreaking clinical trials to treat patients with non-healing wounds.
The state’s top health executives convened to discuss the future of New Jersey’s health care, and they all agree there's still a long way to go.
Project Search trains disabled high school students with transferable skills to help them transition into the workforce.
Holy Name Medical Center launched its Cancer Support Community in 2016 with the goal of attracting more than just cancer survivors.
The effects of Hurricane Maria reach beyond Puerto Rico as pharmaceutical and medical supplies fall short of demand.
Villa Marie Claire, the state’s only residential hospice, looks to make the most of patients' last days.
Gov. Christie talks President Trump, his own tenure and how the sun bathing photo that went viral affected his family. The candidates running for Christie's job add lieutenant governor candidates to ...
Students learn how to respond to real-life, medical emergencies while being monitored by instructors.
A registry was created that would allow for end-of-life instructions to be stored online.
A rally in New Jersey for the Democratic National Committee. What the party must do as it searches for an identity and some winning ways. Too many taxing authorities and too many cities blamed for the ...
Asian Health Services at Holy Name Medical Center offers culturally sensitive care, from appropriate food choices to knowledgeable interpreters and patient advocates.
Tourism pumps tens of billions of dollars into the state. What's the secret in Jersey's sauce? The food? The wine? Or the works? The sharing economy's expanded to include short-term apartment rentals. ...
One safety net for homeowners in trouble comes to an end. Will its replacement help slow down foreclosures? Higher Mortgage rates could put a dent in home sales. Do realtors see a bright spot on the ...
Legislation would require disclosing the dangers of prescription opiates to patients under 18 and their guardians.