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Published by Michael L. Diamond in the Courier Post. South Jersey hospitals operated by Inspira Health Network, Kennedy Health and Virtua Health earned A grades from a health care advocacy group. And Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden earned a B rating, its second in a row, from the Leapfrog Group in a study […]

Published in Hospital Safety Scores , Leapfrog

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Published by Nicole Leonard in Press of Atlantic City VINELAND—Cumberland County and state health officials will hold a public health equity forum Tuesday during National Minority Health Month. Health experts will focus on the theme of Bridging Health Equity Across Communities during this month’s awareness topic. Cumberland’s healthy equity forum is one of three taking […]

Published in Access to care

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Published in the Asbury Park Press by Michael L. Diamond CentraState Medical Center in Freehold Township and Southern Ocean Medical Center in Stafford have made giant strides in patient quality and safety, according to a report released Wednesday by a health care advocacy group. The two hospitals saw their grades jump from C’s last fall to […]

Published in Hospital Safety Scores , Leapfrog

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Originally posted by Yamiche Alcindor on www.nytimes.com: http://nyti.ms/2oz4VvG Patients Prescribed Shelter and Medication Are Wary of Trump Cuts A movement to use federal programs to offer treatment and a place to live to the chronically ill has a new worry: expected cuts and tax code changes. For eight months, Jamal Brown’s body shook, so violently that […]

Published in QI Collaborative , QI Collaborative , QIC in the News

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Originally posted by Yamiche Alcindor on www.nytimes.com: http://nyti.ms/2oz4VvG Patients Prescribed Shelter and Medication Are Wary of Trump Cuts A movement to use federal programs to offer treatment and a place to live to the chronically ill has a new worry: expected cuts and tax code changes. For eight months, Jamal Brown’s body shook, so violently that […]

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Published by Lilo H. Stainton in NJ Spotlight Online treatment of certain illnesses now available in Garden State even though electronic service is unregulated here. Despite New Jersey’s lack of regulatory guidance when it comes to telemedicine, a California-based group that provides certain urgent care treatment electronically has now opened for business in the Garden […]

Published in Access to care , NJ News

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