Health Care

Map: How Many New Jerseyans Could Lose Health Coverage if U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Tax Credits?

March 2nd, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Map: How Many New Jerseyans Could Lose Health Coverage if U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Tax Credits?

The negative impact from King v. Burwell would transcend political party, with New Jerseyans in all Congressional Districts losing out big time.


Fact Sheet: King v. Burwell Poses Huge Threat to New Jersey

March 2nd, 2015 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

Fact Sheet: King v. Burwell Poses Huge Threat to New Jersey

A case coming before the U.S. Supreme Court this week could disrupt the nation’s health care system and result in the loss of insurance for over 200,000 low-income and middle-class New Jerseyans.


How New Jersey Would Benefit from Full Affordable Care Act Enrollment, in One Graphic

February 11th, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

Maximizing enrollment under the Affordable Care Act is a must for New Jersey’s residents and its economy.


Full Enrollment Under the Affordable Care Act Would Bring Huge Benefits to New Jersey

February 11th, 2015 by Jon Whiten | No Comments

With 2015’s Affordable Care Act open enrollment period soon coming to a close, a new analysis suggests reaching full enrollment would secure health coverage for over a million New Jersey residents while pumping over $5 billion in federal funds a year into the Garden State.


Maximizing Affordable Care Act Enrollment is a Must for New Jersey

February 11th, 2015 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

Maximizing Affordable Care Act Enrollment is a Must for New Jersey

Securing full federal funding via higher enrollments is an ambitious but achievable goal. In fact, New Jersey is more than halfway there.


More Good Health News For New Jerseyans: A Historic Drop In the Uninsured

May 27th, 2014 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

Just 13.2 percent of New Jerseyans were without health insurance in early March, down from 21.2 percent in September 2013. If the trend continues at this pace, New Jersey will have its smallest share of uninsured residents since 1990 later this year.


NJPP Statement on New Affordable Care Act Enrollment Data

May 1st, 2014 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

In all, a total of 264,000 New Jerseyans selected Marketplace plans and enrolled in NJ FamilyCare compared to the total enrollment goal of 185,000. New Jersey is on the fast track to reduce the number of residents without health insurance – and that will benefit everyone.


The Governor’s Budget Falls Short on Medicaid

March 6th, 2014 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

There’s certainly some good news in the governor’s budget when it comes to Medicaid, but it unfortunately does not address a major problem that could be avoided.


NJPP Statement on State’s Request on $7.6 Million Health Care Grant

February 20th, 2014 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

New Jersey’s request to the federal government regarding potential uses of a $7.6 million federal planning grant is disingenuous at best and ignores the real needs of the 900,000 New Jerseyans who lack health insurance.


NJPP Testimony: New Jersey Should Seize ACA Opportunity & Tap Federal Funds for Outreach

February 6th, 2014 by Raymond J Castro | No Comments

The Affordable Care Act presents a great opportunity – but it is only an opportunity; without adequate outreach the real promise of this legislation will not be achieved.






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