State-of-the-Art ER’s are Expanding and Innovating Key Patient Care Paradigms

NEARLY 150 MILLION PATIENTS are being treated in Emergency Rooms (ERs) in U.S. hospitals each year. An increase in patients 85 years old and older is requiring ERs to administer more complex care than in the past, and patient volume is increasing among women and in cities, according to a five-year study by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
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New Jersey Scientists and Doctors are Helping Patients Fight Cancer

CANCER IS A frightening diagnosis, and a deadly disease. “It is projected that in 2018 more than 53,000 New Jerseyans will hear the message that they have cancer,” according to Brian Shott, New Jersey Government Relations director for The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. “More than 16,000 of our state’s residents will lose their lives to cancer this year.”
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A New Star Goes to Bat for the New York Yankees

IT WAS EARLY DECEMBER WHEN Yankees fans woke up to news that was too good to be believed. Giancarlo Stanton, the National League’s dominant home run threat and its Most Valuable Player, had just been traded to the Bronx, the thought of which terrified opposing pitchers. Between Stanton and Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge, the Yankees had enough firepower
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The Future of Banking: Digital Apps, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

WITHIN TWO YEARS, “MORE than half of all new bank account applications will involve mobile devices,” says Javelin Strategy & Research Director of Digital Banking Emmett Higdon. “Banks can no longer afford to stitch together piecemeal solutions for mobile prospects and must provide a consistent, compelling mobile experience across all lines of business.” More than 1 billion mobile phone users
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Honoring Freedom, Service and Veterans

IN 1776, GEORGE WASHINGTON commissioned Philadelphia seamstress Betsy Ross to create a flag for our new nation and, on June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. Our flag. Since 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing a national Flag Day, Americans have commemorated the adoption of the Stars and Stripes by
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