NJII’s NJ Health Information Network Master Patient Index

Compiled by John Joseph Parker, Contributing Editor THE NEW JERSEY INNOVATION Institute (NJII), an NJIT corpora­tion, has teamed with the New Jersey Department of Health to field new technology called the Master Person Index, to securely connect and share patient information under the New Jersey Health Information Network (NJHIN). NJHIN—which offers the ability to seamlessly connect medical records across any
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From Cancer to Joint or Knee Replacement, Robotic Surgery is a State-of-the-Art Option

WHETHER IT’S A CANCEROUS tumor or a hernia or a joint or knee replacement, surgical precision determines success and quali­ty of life—and that creates a huge role for robotic surgery in today’s patient care. Robotic surgery enables surgeons to perform complex surgeries in a mini­mally invasive manner. The robot acts as an extension of the doctor’s hands, allowing him or
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UPS Honors New Jersey Drivers for 25 Years of Safe Driving

Compiled by John Joseph Parker, Contributing Editor UPS REPORTS THAT 58 ELITE drivers from New Jersey are among 1,436 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving. New Jersey boasts 321 Circle of Honor drivers with a combined 9,253 years of accident-free driving. George
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Celebrating Jersey City’s Renaissance and Honoring Key Leaders and Impact Makers

By Miles Z. Epstein, Editor, COMMERCE Magazine THE SKYLINE HAS MORE BRIGHT lights that illuminate the night, and reflections along the water­front paint a picture of progress, a Jersey City renaissance. The light is symbolic of a brighter future for the city, which is seeing growth and innovation and a greater sense of community. To honor this success story, the
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Addressing Soil Issues in New Jersey During Commercial Redevelopment

By Michael Novak, LSRP, Atlantic Environmental Solutions, Inc. REGARDLESS OF THE redevelopment project, too much—or not enough—fill at a property is among the costly issues facing commercial real estate developers today. Moreover, the testing of site soils by developers and site work contractors can cause a prop¬erty not previously within the domain of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
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