Opinion

Opinion

By Brian Gragnolati, CEO and president, Atlantic Health System
Morristown | October 24, 2017 at 10:57 am

24 10, 2017

Let’s take the scare out of health care and put patients, caregivers first

2017-10-26T09:36:27+00:00

For most of us, interactions with physicians and other caregivers revolve around routine checkups and preventative medicine. But we can all relate to difficult health situations that arise, and know just how scary medical emergencies can be. The best caregivers help patients and their families understand and cope with the ...

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Let’s take the scare out of health care and put patients, caregivers first 2017-10-26T09:36:27+00:00
23 10, 2017

Read ROI-NJ’s October 23, 2017, issue

2017-11-13T13:41:55+00:00

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20 10, 2017

Stand with me to support manufacturing in New Jersey

2017-10-24T11:14:38+00:00

My mom was one of the smartest, most common-sensible people I have ever known. And while her words seemed simple, the reasoning behind them was not. One such statement was, “If you believe strongly enough in a stance, you need to be willing to be the only one standing in ...

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Stand with me to support manufacturing in New Jersey 2017-10-24T11:14:38+00:00
19 10, 2017

Debate 2: Struggling campaigns prove value of political handlers

2017-11-07T13:20:58+00:00

After three debates to help determine the next governor — two involving the top of the ticket and one the lieutenant governor selections — the winner was obvious: Political handlers. For all of those who have complained that candidates are all spin and no substance, the debates showed the value ...

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Debate 2: Struggling campaigns prove value of political handlers 2017-11-07T13:20:58+00:00
17 10, 2017

How you know minimum wage increase was a success

2017-10-19T08:40:34+00:00

Come January, New Jersey’s minimum wage will be 19 percent higher since a 2013 constitutional amendment raised the wage by $1 an hour and tied automatic future increases to inflation. The wage was $7.25 in 2013. The amendment raised it immediately to $8.25, and inflation-pegged increases raised the wage to ...

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How you know minimum wage increase was a success 2017-10-19T08:40:34+00:00
16 10, 2017

Read ROI-NJ’s October 16, 2017, issue

2017-11-13T13:36:50+00:00

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11 10, 2017

Gubernatorial debate: Have New Jersey voters already checked out?

2017-11-07T13:22:42+00:00

The cashier at the ShopRite saw the media lanyard I forgot was hanging around my neck. “That’s right,” she said. “I knew there was a debate tonight. “Of course, I couldn’t watch it because I was here.” That she even knew of the gubernatorial election — let alone the fact ...

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Gubernatorial debate: Have New Jersey voters already checked out? 2017-11-07T13:22:42+00:00
9 10, 2017

Read ROI-NJ’s inaugural October 9, 2017, issue

2017-11-13T13:46:54+00:00

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26 09, 2017

Why in the world is the NJEA opposing union man Sweeney?

2017-11-03T11:19:51+00:00

Labor unions — public-employee unions, in particular — are about as popular with New Jersey Republicans as Colin Kaepernick is with Donald Trump. Which is why the New Jersey Education Association’s expensive war against Democratic state Senate President Steve Sweeney is so bizarre. The union loses even if it ousts ...

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Why in the world is the NJEA opposing union man Sweeney? 2017-11-03T11:19:51+00:00
25 09, 2017

In praise of Gov. Christie’s opioid initiatives

2017-09-27T10:54:57+00:00

The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, which represents 160 of the state’s community-based mental health and addiction providers, loudly applauds Gov. Chris Christie on the unprecedented and wide-reaching investment of roughly $200 million to tackle the opioid epidemic. Gov. Christie announced the details of his plan ...

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In praise of Gov. Christie’s opioid initiatives 2017-09-27T10:54:57+00:00
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