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Bruce Vladeck Will Hold Fort (interim) of UMDNJ

Bruce C. Vladeck, an expert in health care policy, is slated to be the interim president of the University of Medicine and Dentistry at New Jersey. Vladeck in an earlier capacity had been in charge of the federal Medicaid and Medicare programs. // Vladeck will now replace UMDNJ president John P...

New Jersey University Hospital to Pay Additional $2 Million to Resolve Fraud Claims That Facility Double Billed Medicaid

...our public health programs." The case against umdnj and University Hospital originated in a qui tam or... the subject of a criminal complaint filed against umdnj by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of ...gram. Under the terms of today's agreement, umdnj will pay an additional $2 million to the federal g...

What If New Jersey Didn't Have Enough Nurses?

...erce Jeffrey Scheininger , president of Flexline/US Brass & Copper Corp. David Anthony Forrester , Ph.D., R.N., ANEF, Professor, umdnj School of Nursing Maria Torchia LoGrippo , RN, MSN, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Jersey Nursing Scholar Fred West , Ocean Tow...

As Breast Augmentation Becomes the No. 1 Cosmetic Surgery Procedure, New Jersey Plastic Surgeon Paul LoVerme, MD Discusses the Safety of Silicone Breast Implants

...onthly, and N.Y. Magazine. A past president of the New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. LoVerme is an associate professor of Plastic Surgery at umdnj - New Jersey Medical School. His New Jersey breast implants facility is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surge...

Hospital Association Presents Awards for Commitment to Healthcare

...ed coaching to help them meet their goals. Future plans include bringing the program to local schools and increasing the number of participants. umdnj - University Hospital, Newark received the Community Outreach award for Programs with Budgets Less than $50,000 for its Pedestrian Injury Prevention...

Nationally-Recognized Pancreatic Cancer Surgeon Develops Unique Team Approach to Improve Patient Outcomes

...Morristown, N.J.; chief of surgical oncology at the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Memorial Hospital; and clinical professor of surgery at umdnj in Newark, N.J. In October 2008, Dr. Chevinsky was recognized for his groundbreaking work in the multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment by th...

Simple Procedure Improves Male Fertility

...lity expert Dr. Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, an associate professor of urology at umdnj New Jersey Medical School and Hackensack University Medical Center, thinks ...edicine, Boston; Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, M.D., associate professor, urology, umdnj New Jersey Medical School, Hackensack University Medical Center; August 200...

The Henry H. Kessler Foundation Appoints New Vice President for Research and Strengthens Relationship With Current Research Luminary

...ndation, Dr. DeLisa will continue to serve as the Foundation's liaison with umdnj and will continue to consult with the CEO on the research agenda, organizat...Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Neurology and Neuroscience at umdnj - NJMS, Dr. DeLuca is also a licensed psychologist in New York and New Jers...

Lots of Sex May Prevent Erectile Dysfunction

...cept," said Dr. Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, an associate professor of urology at umdnj New Jersey Medical School Hackensack University Medical Center. "Sexual act... SOURCES: Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, M.D., associate professor, urology, umdnj New Jersey Medical School, Hackensack University Medical Center; July 2008,...

Ikaria(R) Strengthens Research & Development Team

...ior to joining Pfizer, she practiced as a Pulmonary/Critical Care Specialist in both hospital and private practice. Dr. Petrowsky received her MD from umdnj -- New Jersey Medical School and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care. She completed a Fellowship in Pulmonary...
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Foundation Venture Capital Group Invests in UMDNJ Company Working to Improve Leukemia Treatments

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Each year in the United States more than 138,000 people are diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma. These new cases account for 10 percent of the new total cancer cases in the U.S. per year. For several types of leukemia, the survival rate has ...

UMDNJ-University Hospital in Newark to Tailor Diabetes Interventions for Low-Income and Minority Groups With Grant From the International Diabetes Federation

...BRUSSELS and NEWARK, New Jersey, March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Foundation of umdnj has received a grant for the UMDNJ-University Hospital (UH) in Newark, New ...ersity Hospital (UH) is a 513-bed acute care hospital owned and operated by umdnj located in the city of Newark. As the primary teaching hospital of the New ...
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