Access to Care in NJ
In 2019 the New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing (NJCCN) completed a Policy Analysis: Improving Access to Care for New Jersey (NJ). The report supported the need to eliminate barriers for APN practice by removing the joint protocol requirement. These barriers impact access, cost, and quality of care. In 2021 we reviewed the current gaps in healthcare for NJ residents as an update to our original report.
The update on improving access to care in New Jersey 2021 includes information on primary care availability in New Jersey by county, health outcomes and health factors, per capita median income by county, workforce of nurse practitioners, and outmigration of nurse practitioners.
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|2017||Policy Analysis: Improving Access to Care|