Some medications require added support in order to be successful, and because of that, healthcare providers, pharmacists, payers, and pharmaceutical manufacturers are seeking innovative ways to provide better service. Because some of the newer drugs on the market have more complex routes of administration, hub service providers have emerged to help streamline the process. Read More
Despite the staggering statistic that one in four people will experience a mental health program in their lives, there is a strong stigma attached to mental illness. Stigma, or the negative stereotype associated with mental health, results in discrimination against an individual as a result of their mental illness and identity. Nearly 90 percent of people with mental health problems say that stigma and discrimination have a negative effect on their lives. Read More
Every day, more than 115 people in the United States die as a result of overdosing on opioid medication. The misuse and addiction to opioid medication, which includes prescription pain relievers, heroin, and fentanyl, has become a major national crisis. In 2017, 700 babies in New Jersey were born with neonatal abstinence syndrome in which they were withdrawing to the exposure of narcotics. Read More
State of New Jersey
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
January 7, 2019
Is is our pleasure to welcome everyone to the launch of Central Jersey Family Health Consortium’s Stork program. Thanks to the personalized interactive learning management system CJFHC is supplying to health care providers, mothers, families, and caregivers impacted by opioid addiction will have access to reliable resources for help.
As our state continues to fight the ongoing opioid epidemic, more babies than ever are being born with opioid addictions. The illicit use of these drugs affects mothers and babies in every part of our state. Through hard work, ingenuity, and compassion, CJFHC is making real progress every day toward alleviating the suffering brought by opioid addition. Thanks to efforts like yours, New Jersey is becoming a national leader in combatting the opioid epidemic.
On behalf of our administration, we extend gratitude to all of you for the amazing work you do. We wish you the best for a successful event.
Our very best,
Philip D. Murphy
Tammy S. Murphy
As technology progresses at lightning speed, so too does the healthcare industry. As we wrap up 2018 and look ahead to the coming year, some of the top healthcare opportunities for growth come into focus. Major changes and improvements will be actualized in 2019, from working towards solving huge problems like the opioid crisis to futuristic developments like artificial intelligence. Read More