Repealing the federal Affordable Care Act would have a direct impact on more than 1 million New Jersey residents — and could even kill nearly 800 of them over the next 12 years.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney hosted a forum at the Community Health and Literacy Center to support preserving the Affordable Care Act in Philadelphia and across the country.
Healthcare workers at Temple University Health System Episcopal Hospital reached a tentative agreement with Temple management for a contract that would cover all 170 nurses, social workers, and health professionals at the hospital.
Upon the announcement of Andrew Pudzer’s withdrawal of his nomination for Secretary of Labor, healthcare workers applaud his decision to step down from this position that he is ill fitted to serve.
The fast food executive Andrew F. Puzder withdrew his nomination to be President Trump’s labor secretary on Wednesday amid growing doubts among Republican senators that he can be confirmed.
Across the country, 29.8 million people would lose their health insurance if the Affordable Care Act were repealed—more than doubling the number of people without health insurance.
The Medscape online journal invited practicing nurses, including LPNs, RNs, and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) from the United States to participate in a 10- to 15-minute online survey about compensation and career satisfaction.
HPAE was notified that our members will be receiving their retroactive pay on February 24, 2017 as per our latest contract negotiations. While we have been frustrated with the delay in the processing of these payments, we do appreciate their
HPAE Vice President Bernie Gerard joined leaders of several labor unions, environmental groups, faith-based organizations, and social justice movements today in Trenton to announce the formation of a new state-wide coalition, Jersey Renews.