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CMS is allowing acute care for some health systems in the home. (Photo by Hugh Hastings/Getty Images)
Nov 25 | Susan Morse
Medicare beneficiaries can receive telehealth services from any location, including their homes. 
The treatment will be available at no cost to patients, although healthcare facilities may charge for the administration.
Nov 23 | Mallory Hackett
The treatment will be available at no cost to patients, although healthcare facilities may charge for the administration.
Person in white jacket in front of computer monitor writes on paper
Nov 18 | Jeff Lagasse
The system's digital transformation achieved Stage 7 designation from the HIMSS Analytics…
Early on in the pandemic, New York City was an epicenter for COVID-19 and had roughly 5% of the world’s confirmed cases.
Nov 13 | Mallory Hackett
Early on in the pandemic, New York City was an epicenter for COVID-19 and had roughly 5% of the…
RWJBarnabas sign before medical building
Nov 12 | Jeff Lagasse
RWJBH will make significant investments in Trinitas and expand its network of outpatient services.
Sticker printed with "People love us on Yelp"
Nov 11 | Jeff Lagasse
Patients tend to trust reviews, while physicians don't, and the physicians just may be right.
Person preparing a vaccine shot
Nov 10 | Jeff Lagasse
This allows for the distribution and emergency use of the antibody treatment, administered via…
Person in PPE
Oct 29 | Jeff Lagasse
As the percentage of patients residing in mask-requirement counties increases, the growth curve flattens.
President Trump with flag in background
Oct 28 | Jeff Lagasse
The president's comments at a recent rally are false and contribute to the spread of…
A hospital building
Oct 26 | Jeff Lagasse
The hospital tried for months to secure more than $10 million in funding for critical frailty improvements, but…

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