In a shift for nonprofit hospitals that have been exempt from paying property taxes, New Jersey's largest hospital association says its members are willing to make payments in lieu of taxes to the towns they operate in.
If you’re sick or in need of urgent medical care, look in your own backyard. That’s the message from some New Jersey lawmakers who have been visiting healthcare facilities across the state in recent weeks.
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.
In an effort to reduce healthcare costs down the road, many New Jersey hospitals are turning their focus on wellness by opening state-of-the-art fitness centers where members are coached toward healthier lifestyles.
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