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That’s beginning to change as some major hospitals reconsider services – and attitudes  Publsihed by Lili H. Stainton on NJ Spotlight For most transgender people living in New Jersey, competent, compassionate healthcare is hard to find. Only a handful of states have facilities that offer comprehensive medical and behavioral health services tailored to transgender patients, […]

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Published on NJ.com BRIDGETON — Community leaders and public officials kicked off “Live Healthy Cumberland County” with support from the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (NJHCQI) and a $550,000 partnership grant from United Health Foundation. The effort aims to reduce chronic disease by increasing the number of healthy food items available at 27 local corner […]

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Published by Daniel J. Kov in The Daily Journal BRIDGETON – A government-community partnership designed to tackle local health issues will be officially unveiled Friday. Residents will get the chance to learn more about the Live Healthy Cumberland County initiative, a program that ultimately seeks to improve the county’s poor health statistics and promote healthier […]

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Published on Philadelphia Citybizlist. Linda J. Schwimmer, JD, New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute president/CEO, recently presented at the Laurel Creek Country Club in Mount Laurel, as part of Samaritan’s Big Picture Healthcare talk. Schwimmer is a leader in improving healthcare in New Jersey. Her presentation centered on emerging healthcare trends and what that means […]

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Published by Kate Jennings on Politico New Jersey. Two New Jersey hospital systems bill Medicare some of the highest rates in the country for common procedures. CarePoint Health in Hudson County and Capital Health in Mercer County had among the top 10 highest charges for some of the most frequently discharged Medicare diagnoses, according to […]

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Published by Anne Hoffman on NewsWorks. Getting medical care is an important part of staying healthy, but many in the LGBTQ community report discrimination at the doctor’s office. Hospitals and medical systems in New Jersey are looking to make their services more inclusive. Cydney Savage directs adult outpatient mental health services at AtlantiCare, an organization […]

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