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NJ Doctors Help Spur State’s Economy

The American Medical Association and the Medical Society of New Jersey are out with a new report that revealed New Jersey’s more than 22,374 patient care physicians support 234,906 jobs and generate $1.7 billion in economic activity.

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New Company Offers Online Medical Shopping [AUDIO]

You can go online and shop for discounted cars and hotels, so why not do the same thing if you need an operation? A company called MediBid is allowing patients to do just that.

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Addressing NJ’s Doctor Shortage

New Jersey is in the midst of a physician shortage and the situation is worsening. Hoping to solve the problem, the Assembly Higher Education Committee today approved a bill creating a loan redemption program.

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Steps to Ease the NJ Doctor Shortage [AUDIO]

A New Jersey lawmaker holds a roundtable discussion today at Jersey Shore University Medical Center on how to stop the Garden State doctor shortage from getting worse.

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Major Doctor Shortage Predicted in NJ Next Year [AUDIO]

Big problems are anticipated when another phase of the Affordable Healthcare Act kicks in next year.

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NJ Doctor Shortage Looming

A new medical malpractice reform proposal is designed to give injured patients and their healthcare providers the option to pursue an early offer mediation process. Assemblywoman Amy Handlin says her planned bill is part of an initiative to address the growing doctor shortage in New Jersey.

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Doctor Burnout Rate Approaches 50% [AUDIO]

There is a 50-50 chance that your doctor is under too much pressure at work.

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Pay Boost For Doctors Treating Low-Income Patients

The Obama administration is announcing a pay raise for primary care doctors who treat low-income patients.
But it may not last long.

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Doctors Want to End Unnecessary Medical Testing

Evidence shows that up to 30 percent of certain imaging tests, procedures, antibiotics, doctor visits, hospital stays and other services have very little benefit to a person's health.

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Could Your Doctor Be Lying to You?

Trust your doctor? A survey finds that some doctors aren't always completely honest with their patients.

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