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Published by Steven Porter in Healthleaders Media Maryland and New Jersey passed laws designed to help stabilize their health insurance markets. As the federal government continues to denounce the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and neutralize some of its requirements, certain states are responding with countermeasures of their own. New Jersey lawmakers sent a bill Thursday to Gov. […]

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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 […]

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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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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 […]

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First published by Susan K. Livio on NJ.com TRENTON — The majority of New Jersey voters believe insurance should cover birth control supplies and Planned Parenthood should continue receiving Medicaid reimbursement for family planning and other women’s health services, according to a poll released by Rutgers University Wednesday. The poll lands at a pivotal time […]

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