Aetna, hospital doctors share savings

Source: North Jersey.com Aetna and a doctors group at Hackensack University Medical Center have agreed to share savings from future improvements in care that lead to reductions in emergency-room visits, hospital stays and readmissions for hospital care, the insurer announced this...
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Why We Should Be Labeling GMOs

By Samantha Adams, Asbury Park Press While the U.S. has no federal laws requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods (GMOs), more than 60 countries accounting for 40 percent of the world’s population do require labeling; including the European Union, Japan, Australia,...
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Kessler Foundation Report: Rising Tide Continues to Hire Workers with Disabilities

Source: Kessler Foundation.org For the fifth consecutive month, employment for workers with disabilities continued to grow, according to today’s National Trends in Disability Employment – Monthly Update (nTIDE), issued by Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire’s...
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Red Bank students use hashtag to target distracted driving

Source: GMN News A mysterious phrase greets visitors upon entering Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), written on several posters throughout the hallways: #RBRHSDBD. “No one knew what it meant,” RBR student Eric Banal said. “They saw so many of the posters…And everyone...
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Brain Health Awareness: NY Giants Vet Harry Carson Turns Advocate

 Meridian Health Neuroscience Brain Basics · The Kessler Foundation · NJ Neurologists by City · Traumatic Brain Injury to Victory · #TBI Affected Me Sources: BrainLine.org;  The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey Brain injury has been called the “silent epidemic” because public...
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