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
NJ Business Hall of Fame Welcomes Amy B. Mansue
New Jersey Business Hall of Fame™ Welcomes Amy B. Mansue to the Class of 2014 Laureates
(paramuspost.com) Amy B. Mansue, Hightstown resident and president and chief executive officer of Children’s Specialized Hospital, the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the country, will be inducted into the New Jersey Business Hall of Fame™ on April 3, 2014 at the Newark International Airport Marriott.
NJ's Lung Transplant Program Temporary Inactive
NJ's only lung transplant program left holding its breath
(nj.com) The state’s only lung transplant program has been inactive since last August because of staffing vacancies, officials said, and there is no firm date for its resumption.
HHS Passes $1 Trillion Milestone
Health care agency passes $1 trillion milestone
(njherald.com) President Barack Obama's budget pushes Health and Human Services spending over $1 trillion for the first time, reflecting an aging population adding to the Medicare rolls, as well as expanded coverage for younger people through the new health law.
President Proposed $400B in Medicare, Medicaid Reductions
White House proposes more than $400 billion in Medicare, Medicaid reductions
(ahanews.com) President Obama today released a fiscal year 2015 budget request that includes $407 billion in proposed reductions to Medicare, of which $354 billion would come from health care providers, and $7.3 billion in reductions to Medicaid.
AAMC Concerned with Budget Provisions on Doctor Training, Medical Research Funding
AAMC Concerned by President’s Proposed Budget Provisions on Doctor Training, Medical Research Funding
(aamc.org) “America’s medical schools and teaching hospitals are deeply concerned about the president’s FY 2015 budget proposal.