Hackensack University Medical Center

Founded in 1888 with just 12 beds, Hackensack University Medical Center was Bergen County's first hospital. More than a century later, this nonprofit, teaching and research hospital has grown to become the largest provider of inpatient and outpatient services in New Jersey. Not only have we added 763 more beds to our facilities, we’re now Bergen County’s largest employer and a hub of healthcare for the Northern New Jersey and New York metropolitan areas.

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ZIKA-INFECTED BABY DELIVERED AT HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

| June 01, 2016

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A Honduran woman infected with Zika gave birth in New Jersey to a baby girl with birth defects caused by the virus, her doctor said Wednesday.The infant is the second born in the United States with birth defects from the mosquito-borne virus. The first was born in Hawaii to a woman who had lived in Brazil, where the Zika epidemic began in the Americas......

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CIGNA VENTURES LEADS $29.5M INVESTMENT IN HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS COMPANY

MedCity News | January 13, 2020

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Healthcare analytics company Arcadia raised $29.5 million in new funding. The growth capital round was led by Cigna Ventures, with participation from past investors. Burlington, Massachusetts-based Arcadia integrates with more than 40 different electronic health record companies. It aggregates and analyzes records data to help hospitals and accountable care organizations meet metrics for value-based care. The company also develops tools to identify gaps in patient care and find ways to improve o...

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TELADOC-INTOUCH HEALTH DEAL IS A MOVE TOWARD TELEHEALTH INTEGRATION

mHealthIntelligence | January 13, 2020

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Teladoc Health is looking to combine telehealth and telemedicine with a major acquisition announced over the weekend. The Texas-based developer of consumer-to-provider telehealth solutions is adding provider-to-provider services with its planned purchase of InTouch Health. Announced prior to the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference this week in San Francisco, the $600 million deal shakes up the upper echelons of connected health and pushes the industry even further toward integrated, enterprise-lev...

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5 WAYS HEALTHCARE WILL EVOLVE IN 2020

Managed Healthcare Executive | January 13, 2020

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Early into 2020, the phrase “20/20 vision” is a trending tagline, but for the health care space, this play on words is fitting. Innovators, investors, industry leaders, analysts, and providers are coming together with a clear vision on how to disrupt the industry and bring about meaningful change. This thought-provoking dialogue comes back to one collective theme: humanize and transform the health care system with a more holistic, outcome-based approach. Progress begins with a shift ...

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ZIKA-INFECTED BABY DELIVERED AT HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

| June 01, 2016

A Honduran woman infected with Zika gave birth in New Jersey to a baby girl with birth defects caused by the virus, her doctor said Wednesday.The infant is the second born in the United States with birth defects from the mosquito-borne virus. The first was born in Hawaii to a woman who had lived in Brazil, where the Zika epidemic began in the Americas......

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CIGNA VENTURES LEADS $29.5M INVESTMENT IN HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS COMPANY

MedCity News | January 13, 2020

Healthcare analytics company Arcadia raised $29.5 million in new funding. The growth capital round was led by Cigna Ventures, with participation from past investors. Burlington, Massachusetts-based Arcadia integrates with more than 40 different electronic health record companies. It aggregates and analyzes records data to help hospitals and accountable care organizations meet metrics for value-based care. The company also develops tools to identify gaps in patient care and find ways to improve o...

Read More
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TELADOC-INTOUCH HEALTH DEAL IS A MOVE TOWARD TELEHEALTH INTEGRATION

mHealthIntelligence | January 13, 2020

Teladoc Health is looking to combine telehealth and telemedicine with a major acquisition announced over the weekend. The Texas-based developer of consumer-to-provider telehealth solutions is adding provider-to-provider services with its planned purchase of InTouch Health. Announced prior to the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference this week in San Francisco, the $600 million deal shakes up the upper echelons of connected health and pushes the industry even further toward integrated, enterprise-lev...

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news image

5 WAYS HEALTHCARE WILL EVOLVE IN 2020

Managed Healthcare Executive | January 13, 2020

Early into 2020, the phrase “20/20 vision” is a trending tagline, but for the health care space, this play on words is fitting. Innovators, investors, industry leaders, analysts, and providers are coming together with a clear vision on how to disrupt the industry and bring about meaningful change. This thought-provoking dialogue comes back to one collective theme: humanize and transform the health care system with a more holistic, outcome-based approach. Progress begins with a shift ...

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