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Published by Lilo H. Stainton in NJ Spotlight State developing interactive app that will let patients, providers, and policymakers work directly with Medicaid stats Imagine the possibilities: online maps and other tools that allow patients and policymakers to visualize how much Medicaid spends on specific medical procedures — and how these costs vary between counties, […]

Published in Medicaid 2.0 , Medicaid , Medicaid 2.0

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NEWARK, N.J. (PRWEB) Digital health startup Citus Health shines at the 4th annual conference co-hosted by the New Jersey Innovation Institute and the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute. New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) announced today that Citus Health, a rising digital health startup focused on digital transformation in the post-acute care industry, was awarded […]

Published in Events , QI Collaborative , QI Collaborative , NJ News , Transforming Clinical Practices Initiative , Practice Transformation Network

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Published by Michael Hill on NJTV News. Shoe supports with sensors to help Type 2 diabetics avoid potential amputation and hands-free shoes were featured at the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s fourth annual Innovation Showcase. “My son had a medical condition. He was in a scoliosis brace for years and it prevented him from being able […]

Published in Access to care

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Published by Susan K. Livio on NJ.com. Nearly half of New Jersey’s hospitals earned an “A” in an October 2017 national safety report measuring how effective nurses, doctors and other medical staff are in preventing infections, falls and mistakes than often make patients sicker than they arrived. New Jersey ranks 11th best in the nation […]

Published in Hospital Safety Scores

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Published by Lilo H. Stainton on NJ Spotlight. ‘De-identified’ healthcare data makes it possible to track treatment, providers, fees without identifying personal details New Jersey citizens and policymakers would be able to access “de-identified” healthcare data related to nearly two million residents under a new proposal designed to help improve decision making about personal care […]

Published in Medicaid

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Published by Lindy Washburn on NorthJersey.com Patients expect the safety of a hospital. But the centers differ in resources and oversight. And that can be the difference between life and death. They are called “same-day surgery centers,’’ leading patients to expect a quick in-and-out for a routine procedure. But the experience was anything but routine for […]

Published in Consumer Protection , Patient safety

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