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New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute’s Senior Fellow, Matthew D’Oria talks about The Medicaid 2.0: Blueprint for the Future and how the plan allows mothers to become more involved in their journey to receiving healthy and adequate care for not only themselves, but their children as well. Read more about his discussion here.

Published in Medicaid 2.0 , Medicaid 2.0

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Call on the Administration to End Actions That Destabilize the Market   Trenton – Health care advocates, including provider organizations, unions, and consumer groups, stood united at the Statehouse today to applaud last week’s defeat of three GOP proposals to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  The groups called on President Trump to support the […]

Published in Affordable Care Act

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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 […]

Published in Quality Institute , NJ News

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Published on NJTV News. Despite revisions, the nonpartisan New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute finds serious gaps in the new version of Trumpcare. Its President and CEO Linda Schwimmer talks with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron. Aron: Linda, is this new Senate GOP health care bill any better than the one that Mitch McConnell presented […]

Published in Affordable Care Act , Quality Institute , Access to care , Medicaid

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Originally published on www.njspotlight.com by Lilo H. Stainton. A team of 15 dedicated high school students in Bridgeton, Cumberland County, spent last summer getting paid to build their leadership skills, connect low-income families to nutritious, free food, and improve the health and welfare of their struggling South Jersey city. The project — fueled in part […]

Published in Uncategorized , Mayors Wellness Campaign

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Published by Don Sapatkin on Philly.com. For New Jersey, the GOP health-care proposals in Washington could mean more than budgetary chaos and a million people going without insurance. The state could wind up with a higher share of uninsured residents than places like Alabama and Mississippi. The main reason: New Jersey long has worked to make coverage accessible […]

Published in Affordable Care Act , Health Insurance

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First published on newsworks.org by Elana Gordon. About one third of adults in the U.S. have filled out some kind of advanced directive, according to new research out of The University of Pennsylvania. Health leaders, meanwhile, say that’s a low percentage that can adversely affect people’s quality of life in their final days and months. An advanced […]

Published in Mayors Wellness Campaign , Conversation of a Lifetime

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