Public Health Watch Dog Group Provides Plan to Allow for Needed Medical Procedures as State Moves Forward in its Recovery from COVID-19 Pandemic Trenton – As Gov. Phil Murphy extends his State of Emergency Declaration by an additional 30 days, the New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance (NJDPA) is offering guidelines to begin resuming necessary medical
During the rapidly evolving COVID-19 crisis, experts from the New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety-Division of Consumer Affairs, Department of Banking and Insurance, New Jersey Department of Human Services – NJ Medicaid are hosting a video conference on telehealth regulations during COVID-19 to provide up-to-date information on the temporary telehealth waivers, insurance coverage and
Join us on Wednesday, April 22nd from 12:00pm EST – 1:00pm EST for this online Quality Institute event, where you will learn about Using Telehealth to Maintain Primary Care for Patients. We are honored to have George Ambrosio, MD and Jennifer Crawford, MPA-C of First Care Medical Group as the expert speakers for this webinar.
The financial health of clinical practices as they react to COVID-19 pandemic is a critical concern of many New Jersey Doctor Patient Alliance members. This webinar will feature a discussion with the Mercury Strategic Affairs team of former US Senator , David Vitter, former US Congressman, Vin Weber and led by policy expert Mike DuHaime.
By Stavros Christoudias, MD, FACS One of the most common questions I get asked is on the different types of masks and the different purposes for the different types. There are two basic functions of masks and you can separate them by each function: To protect everyone else from your contaminants coming out of
NJ Dr. Stavros Christoudias says health workers are trying to be conservative with masks. He said, “We’re hearing about stockpiles and millions of masks coming out — I haven’t seen any of that. We’re down here at ground zero.” Watch video HERE
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is currently sweeping across New Jersey, and it is threatening, at least in the short-term, our ability to safely care for our patients. As doctors, most of us are now in the difficult position of having to care for urgent and emergent patients, and therefore cannot completely shut down our offices. To
To the editor: I am writing in response to the letter “‘Birkner, Falotico Get Health Care’” published Aug. 5. As the son of a surgeon based in Teaneck, someone who was raised in Bergen County, and today an independent general surgeon,
When it comes to health care providers, people who live in the United States have a variety of insurance plans to choose from. While it’s nice to have plentiful choices, it can quickly become overwhelming to decide which insurance plan
Dr. Peter DeNoble, the president of the New Jersey Doctor Patient Alliance, sat down for an entertaining conversation on what lead him into the medical field, how he met his wife, and why