South Jersey Means Business: A Conversation with George Norcross

THE EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF THE insurance brokerage firm Conner Strong & Buckelew, George Norcross is a well-known influencer, business leader and power broker in the Garden State—particularly in South Jersey. In addition to serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cooper University Health Care and the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, he is a driving force for
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NJDEP Commits to Protecting Water Quality on NJ Beaches

NEW JERSEY, CONSISTENTLY A national leader in ocean water quality and monitoring, is look­ing forward to another great beach season, according to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Acting Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe. The shore is the backbone of the state’s $44 billion tourism economy. “New Jersey has long been a leader in protecting water quality at our beach­es
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Vacation Time: Four Hidden Gems of the Jersey Shore

ACCORDING TO A REPORT commissioned by the New Jersey State Department of Tourism,2017 tourism dollars increased in each of the four Shore counties: Atlantic generated $6.977 million, Cape May$6.363 million, Ocean $4.763 million and Monmouth $2.506 million. Here, just in time for summer, are four of New Jersey’s hidden and not-so-hidden gems along the Atlantic—Cape May, Atlantic City, Asbury Park
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New Delta Dental Survey: Patients Want to See a Dentist More Often

ACCORDING TO A SURVEY FROM CIANJ member Delta Dental, Americans are still not seeing their dentist as much as they would like to. For a second year, dentists topped the list of health practitioners Americans want to see more often. In fact, 42 per­cent of Americans don’t see a dentist as often as they would like, beating out their primary
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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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