Resident/Student/Physicians Learning Modules
Are Quality and Safety Best Practices Sustainable
Patient-centered care is the first step to quality improvement.
The factors influencing physicians to choose primary care
Powerpoint Presentation by Merritt Hawkins & Associates
For New Jersey
The New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals is an advocate, a convener, an information-gatherer, asolution stimulator and an attractor of resources for the state’s academic medical institutions and teaching hospitals.
Faculty Development Resource Guide
The Faculty Development Resource Guide was developed to meet the educational needs of our member physician-faculty.
Based on a needs assessment conducted with our members, the Faculty Development Resource Guide is composed of topics that were identified as educational needs by our members.
Council of Children's Hospitals' Committees
Week In Review
NJ's Premier Teaching Hospital Network
The Daily News
Children’s Specialized Hospital Partners with Kohl’s Cares
Free Developmental Screening for Kids
(patch.com) Children’s Specialized Hospital is partnering with Kohl’s Cares to offer free early childhood developmental screening clinics at Englewood/Teaneck Family Success Center at 44 Armory Street in Englewood, May 29, 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
NJ Physicians Are a Significant Source of Job Creation
Report: N.J. physicians are a significant source of job creation, drivers of local economies
(njbiz.com) New Jersey has more than 22,000 physicians who provide patient care, and they support 234,906 jobs and generate $1.7 billion in economic activity, according to new report Wednesday from the Medical Society of New Jersey and the American Medical Association.
NJ Residents Find It Hard to Find Doctors Who Accept Their Insurance
New Jerseyans Find It Hard to Find Doctors Who Accept Their Insurance
(njspotlight.com) New Jersey residents are more than four times as likely as the national average to have difficulty finding a doctor who accepts their health insurance, according to a new Rutgers University report.
Drug Coverage Reduces Hospital Visits for Seniors
Hospital visits fell when seniors got drug coverage
(philly.com) Eleven years ago Bob Bennett, then a Republican senator from Utah, made a fiscal sales pitch for including prescription drugs in Medicare coverage for seniors.
Uninsured Rate for Adults Declined in Certain States
Poll: Uninsured rate for adults down more in certain states
(ahanews.com) The uninsured rate for adults has declined more this year in states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act and set up state or partnership exchanges than it has in other states, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey.