NJAFP Releases "Getting On The Right Track: Averting Disaster in the Healthcare System"
The New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians has released a monograph which details many of the issues at the core of the Garden State's fractured and fragmented healthcare system, and potential solutions. In issuing the paper, NJAFP Past-President Robert Eidus, MD notes: "New Jersey is the poster-child for inefficient, costly, fragmented care. This document explains why we are in this mess and how we might get out of it before New Jersey becomes a full-fledged primary care desert, unable to provide citizens with basic care at sustainable costs." The monograph and associated references can be downloaded below.