Press Releases

The Fight To Save Independent Health Care In The Age Of Medical Monopolies

Jul 16, 2019

From the outside, the New Mexico Cancer Center looks like any other outpatient clinic: Each week, hundreds of cancer patients travel to the nondescript tan and turquoise building in

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What’s New at the NJDPA? New Office Location and New Executive Director

Jul 16, 2019

The NJDPA officially closed on our new Trenton headquarters which will be located at 30 West Lafayette Street, just a block away from the NJ State House! Now in our third year of existence,

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Lagana Bill to Require Hospitals to Provide Women with Information on Breast Reconstructive Surgery Clears Committee

Jan 23, 2019

Read this article as it originally appeared on njsendems.org TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Joseph Lagana and Senator Vin Gopal, which would require

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New Jersey Physician Groups Commend Assemblyman Jon Bramnick for Exposing Apparent Insurance Industry Fraud

Oct 12, 2017

The New Jersey Neurosurgical Society and the New Jersey Doctor Patient Alliance today commended Assemblyman Jon Bramnick for exposing apparent fraud with health care plans

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NJDPA Urges Gov. Christie to Restore Medical Benefits for Small Employer Health Plans

Jun 17, 2017

The New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance is urging Gov. Christie to restore the medical benefits eliminated when the Small Employer Health (SEH) Benefits Program Board voted to

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S3299 Provides Long-Overdue Consumer Protection from Predatory Insurance Company Practices

Jun 12, 2017

The New Jersey Doctor Patient Alliance, on behalf of health care consumers and providers throughout the State, applaud Senator Paul Sarlo and Steven V. Oroho for introduction of

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Physician Survey Shows Strong Opposition to the Proposed “Out-of-Network” Bill

Jun 12, 2017

The newly-formed New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance, a non-profit social-action committee representing physicians and patients, released a survey that showed how A-1952/S-1285, the

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