Contrary to what health care executives advertise, hospital mergers and acquisitions aren’t good for patients. They rarely improve access to health care or its quality, and they don’t reduce prices. But the system in place to stop them is often...
Hurricane Ida bared down on us this week more quickly than expected and cause more flooding than many anticipated.
Hackensack Meridian Health has not given up its fight to acquire Englewood Health, despite a federal court order earlier this month.
A federal judge this week temporarily blocked Hackensack Meridian Health, one of the state’s largest health care systems, from acquiring Englewood Health.
The CNAs, PNAs and Hospitality Aides at the Harborage HPAE Local 5097, are receiving a one-time bonus of $1181.69 in their paychecks tomorrow. This is due to NJ Bill 4457 that Governor Murphy signed last October, to spend 60% of
Health Insurance Changes between the 2019 and 2020 Plans As you are aware HPAE Local 5138 had filed a grievance in November 2019 based on our position the employer made changes to the 2020 plan that were not reasonably comparable
From -The Philadelphia Inquirer, written by Harold Brubaker Thousands of relatively inexperienced nurses have received raises from area health systems in a bid to prevent them from leaving for lucrative sign-on bonuses at other hospitals. Times are good for nurses
So far in 2021, the New Jersey offices of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have conducted 32 COVID-19-related fatality and catastrophe inspections, according to Joanna Hawkins, a spokeswoman for the agency.
Every health care worker in New Jersey's private and public health care facilities, along with those who work at state prisons and county jails, will be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 7, or get tested once or
The union members have seen the deadly effects of COVID-19 up close, and many became infected themselves earlier in the pandemic. But compulsory vaccination is a step too far, union leaders say.