Morristown Man Battling Glaucoma Implanted Microscopic Stents to Prevent Blindness
Bill W., a 66-year-old Morristown resident battling glaucoma, had watched both his father and brother lose their vision from Glaucoma.Morristown Minute. A Morristown man battling glaucoma, who, after watching his father and brother lose their vision, was determined not to meet the same fate.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman to Lead LA Business Journal’s Health Care Leadership Events
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman with students.University of La Verne. University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman will moderate a roundtable discussion on the health care system in the Southern California region on Thursday, August 25.
Major Network Security Breach at Two NJ Hospitals Exposes Patient Information
An unauthorized individual gained limited access to patients protected health records at Trenton Psychiatric and Anne Klein Forensic Center. "The New Jersey Department of Health, Division of Behavioral Health Services takes its commitment to protecting patient health records very seriously. Therefore, this press release is meant to notify certain New Jersey residents of a recent Network Security Incident (“Incident”) that may have involved their Protected Health Information (“PHI”)." - from NJ Department of Health.
"Opinion": The importance of Men’s Health
A male doctor signifying the importance of men's healthFreepik. Health is a state of complete physical, mental and spiritual well-being and it is important for all. If you are not completely healthy you cannot run in the race which we call life. We live in an era where life has become a competition. And you have to be quick to reach somewhere in life. Every hospital in Pakistan claims to give quality healthcare to everyone but some of them ensure quality healthcare services.
$10M Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Aims to Reduce Gun Violence
$10M Supports Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs to Reduce the Cycle of Gun Violence in NJ Communities. Governor Murphy and New Jersey Attorney General Platkin yesterday announced that $10 million in federal American Recovery Plan (ARP) funds will be allocated towards the State’s Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Programs, which aim to help gun violence victims and break the cycle of gun violence in NJ communities.
Advanced Gadgets at Hoosier Hospitals
With each new high-tech tool that hospitals in Indiana deploy, our state’s range of treatment capabilities increases. Today, we’re living in a time of unprecedented technological development in the medical field. All kinds of new devices are being released that can do things like improve patient safety, make difficult surgical procedures easier, detect diseases earlier, or even speed up recovery times. It’s all happening today throughout our state’s many great hospitals.
Nonprofit Hospitals Come Under Fire For Lack of Charity Care, Millions In Tax Breaks
Every year, nonprofit hospitals receive millions of dollars in tax breaks in exchange for the care and medical support they provide to their local communities. However, according to a new Wall Street Journal report, these facilities are not actually as charitable as they are supposed to be. In fact, nonprofit hospitals -- which comprise the majority of hospitals across the United States -- had lower overall charity-care rates than their for-profit competitors.
NJ Provides Over $794 Million to New Jersey’s 71 Hospitals
More than $794 million in funding will be provided to NJs 71 hospitals through the FY2023 Appropriations Act signed by the governor on Thursday. The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) today released the fiscal year 2023 hospital Charity Care, Graduate Medical Education (GME), and Graduate Medical Education Supplemental (GME-S) funding distributions.
Woman launches organization to help cancer patients feel attractive
person getting nails doneRODNAE Productions/Pexels. "We have our doctors and they keep us alive…But, emotionally, we all want our souls to feel sparked up to get us through." — Jackelyn Kastanis stated to CBS News.
Morristown Medical Center Named Among World’s Best Hospitals
Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center have been named among the World’s Best Hospitals by Newsweek for 2022 (4th consecutive year). “The World's Best Hospitals 2022 ranking lists the best hospitals in 27 countries: U.S.,- Germany, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Brazil, Canada, India, Australia, Mexico, The Netherlands, Austria, Thailand, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Israel, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Colombia.” – Newsweek, World's Best Hospitals 2022.