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Tabula Rasa HealthCare to sell PrescribeWellness business to Transaction Data Systems

Moorestown-based Tabula Rasa HealthCare on Tuesday said it is selling its PrescribeWellness business to Transaction Data Systems. PrescribeWellness is a complementary patient relationship management solution with a national footprint of more than 15,000 community and...

NJ Sharing Network appoints Miskoff as medical director

New Providence-based NJ Sharing Network on Monday said it appointed Dr. Jeffrey Miskoff of Toms River to the role of full-time medical director at the nonprofit, federally designated organ procurement organization. Miskoff will charged with...

N.J. minority-owned architecture firm celebrates grand opening of community health center 

DIGroup Architecture, a New Brunswick-based certified minority-owned architecture firm, recently helped celebrate the grand opening of Urban Health Plan’s Park Tree Community Health Center in the Bronx, New York. The facility marks the seventh federally...

All-in on electric ambulances: Yes, they are coming to N.J.

For Paterson Fire Chief Brian McDermott, the desire — and the determination — to introduce more electric vehicles to the city’s emergency service fleet came into focus when he did a minute-by-minute examination of...

Pullin, Mazzarelli, O’Dowd: Emotional toll of gun violence is incomprehensible

The right to bear arms has existed since we became a nation. So, too, has the risk of violence that extensive gun ownership creates in our society. Unfortunately, recent mass shooting incidents, fueled by...

Walmart launches new approach to pharmacy tech wages with more frequent raises

More than 36,000 Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacy technicians, including 470 in New Jersey, will receive a pay increase as Walmart becomes one of the first large retailers to introduce a progressive wage model. This...

Jefferson Health – N.J. hospitals receive AHA/ASA Gold Plus stroke awards

According to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, stroke is the No. 5 cause of death and a leading cause of adult disability in the U.S. On average, someone in the U.S. suffers a...

Rutgers Cancer Institute of N.J. team heads group awarded $25M for research

A team led by Dr. Eileen White of the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, in collaboration with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Weill Cornell Medicine, has been awarded a $25 million Cancer Grand...

COVID-19’s mental health toll on children continues, stressing acute-care settings

New Jersey youth seeking hospital care for mental health diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, self-harm and eating disorders remains elevated well beyond pre-pandemic levels, according to a new data brief from the New Jersey...

Cooper Foundation celebrates survivorship at 12th Annual Pink & Teal event

More than 200 guests attended the Cooper Foundation’s 12th annual Pink Roses Teal Magnolias celebration of cancer survivorship held on June 5 — National Cancer Survivors Day. A day to honor cancer survivors, no matter...

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Dr. Reddy’s to acquire injectable product portfolio from Eton Pharma for $50M

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Vantage sells 6,400 sq. ft. industrial building in Swedesboro

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Salvation Army helps ‘flips the switch’ to new solar energy system

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