Health Care

Census: More New Jerseyans Gain Health Insurance

The share of New Jerseyans without insurance is now 8.7 percent.

Video: NJPP’s Ray Castro on Affordable Health Care

“We do need to lower the premium costs, and there are ways we can do that.”

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Time For Affordability

Surprise out-of-network medical bills contribute to New Jersey’s health care affordability problem. It’s time for reform.

New Jersey Consumers Suffer Defeat from Tabling of Landmark Health Bill

In its last scheduled meeting of the session, the Senate Commerce Committee tabled a landmark bill that would have prohibited surprise medical billing, reduced cost sharing and promoted much greater transparency.

Census Data: Affordable Care Act Helping New Jerseyans Obtain Health Coverage

The Affordable Care Act has been remarkably successful in increasing the number of New Jerseyans with health insurance, data from the U.S. Census Bureau released today shows.