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Better Choices, Better Care New Jersey

Advocating for innovative ways to improve health, transform care, and lower health care costs in New Jersey.

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Better Choices, Better Care NJ’s Steering Committee members discuss the costly, confusing and ineffective nature of the current fee-for-service system.

New Jerseyans already deal with some of the
highest costs in the country for

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  • Car Insurance

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  • Average Home Price

    Ranked #5

  • Health Insurance

    Ranked #2

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    • Half Of U.S. Doctors Have Pay Tied To ‘Value-Based Metrics’

      September 19, 2018

      September 19, 2018 | Bruce Japsen  Nearly half of the nation’s physicians report compensation tied to “value-based metrics” as fee-for-service medicine gives way to alternative payment models that link pay to quality and health outcomes, according to a new survey. The biennial survey from The Physicians Foundation shows 47% of physicians have some of their compensation tied to […]

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    • Cost of health insurance on the individual market in NJ to drop significantly in 2019

      September 10, 2018

      September 10, 2018 | Lilo H. Stainton  Governor heralds new state law and federal approval of another New Jersey program as main factors in curbing prices The price of health insurance on the individual market for New Jerseyans will drop more than 9 percent next year on average. The price decline is due largely to […]

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