Last Friday, the 2018 New Jersey Healthcare Stakeholders Summit was held at the New Jersey State Hospital Association’s (NJHA) headquarters in Princeton. The joint conference brought together representatives spanning New Jersey’s various healthcare communities, and those in attendance witnessed collaborative discussions about the state of healthcare, including the challenges and opportunities that the industry faces.
Cathleen Bennett, president and CEO of NJHA; Larry Downs, CEO, Medical Society of New Jersey; Dean Paranicas, president and CEO, HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ); and Ward Sanders, president, New Jersey Association of Health Plans, took part in a panel discussion addressing state-level impacts on their respective sectors. Notably, they addressed how current political and regulatory instability on the federal level is being felt in New Jersey.
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