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Published by U.S. 1 Princeton Info Good doctors and hospitals alone are not what keep people well and help them recover when they are ill. “So much about health and what it takes to be healthy is more than the medical system and straight medical care,” says Linda Schwimmer, president and CEO of NJ Healthcare […]

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Published by NJ Spotlight New Jersey lawmakers are pushing the state to modernize and improve its system for determining who is eligible to receive Medicaid and getting people enrolled, a process that has undergone some upgrades but is still criticized as burdensome and inefficient for both patients and administrators. The Senate Budget Committee will review […]

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Published by NJ Spotlight Data Dashboard, open to all, is aimed at making information more accessible and should help with decisions about allocating funds medicaid patients Healthcare advocates, policy organizations, government officials, and curious patients can better explore public data related to New Jersey’s Medicaid program, thanks to a website the state has established to […]

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Published by My Central Jersey According to a survey by the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (NJHCQI), 38 percent of adult New Jersey residents have not had conversations about advanced care planning. In response to this community need, the Somerset County Library System of New Jersey (SCLSNJ) has partnered with the institute to host a […]

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Published by NJ Spotlight Changes will help ensure clients’ final wishes are heeded and should save costs on unwanted, unnecessary medical care Hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents could benefit from healthcare that better aligns with their final wishes — and help to curb growing medical costs over time — thanks to changes officials […]

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Published by Anjalee Khemlani The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance has extended the premium filing deadline for health insurers to July 18, from the original deadline of Wednesday. Health insurers in the state were scrambling Monday to understand the implications of stalled risk adjustment payments announced over the weekend, even as Wednesday’s state […]

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