Anna Landre is now working with lawmakers to create system-wide reforms to ensure no one has to choose between an education and health care.
Anna Landre’s Medicaid services are being cut, and the hours of personal care assistance she receives while away at school are getting slashed from 16 hours a day to 10.
Easterseals celebrates 100 years of meeting the needs of people with disabilities and enriching their lives.
As New Jersey seniors live longer than ever, it's become more challenging to stay in the state throughout retirement. Union County freeholders held an event to address the issue, with tips for seniors ...
Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson outlines priorities to the Assembly Budget Committee that include medication-assisted treatment access and reducing infant and maternal ...
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.
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.
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.
Gov. Murphy, surrounded by different members of his cabinet, announced an interdepartmental, comprehensive approach to fighting the opioid epidemic.
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.
Last year Bergen County received over a thousand referrals of alleged elder abuse, according to a county official.
The soon-to-be chair of the Energy and Commerce committee talks about what it will be like to work with the incoming freshman members of Congress, as well as the president.
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 ...
The pharmaceutical industry fears the move will confuse patients, while the administration hopes it will bring transparency.