Most New Jersey residents aren't bothered by the idea of aging, but few are making plans for end-of-life care, according to a "Health Matters" poll released by Monmouth University and the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute.
Doctors, hospitals and others in the health care profession can now share patient information quickly and securely in New Jersey now that the state has launched the New Jersey Health Information Network.
Beyond the healthcare services given to patients, New Jersey hospitals provided $2.58 billion in added benefits to their communities in 2012 according to a new report from the New Jersey Hospital Association.
The Obama administration approved new rules Tuesday that extend minimum wage and overtime pay to nearly 2 million home health care workers who help the elderly and disabled with everyday tasks such as bathing, eating or taking medicine.
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