2010 News

Economy Impacts NJ Life Science Industry, New HINJ Report Shows

State Needs to Be More Competitive Against Other States, Nations to Keep and Expand Life Science Jobs 

Bridgewater, NJ, December 21, 2010 — New Jersey′s biopharmaceutical and medical technology sectors felt the brunt of the recession and the aftereffects of significant merger activity in 2009, according to the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey′s (HINJ) most recent economic impact report conducted by Deloitte. Read more

 

HINJ Lauds Life Sciences Jobs and Investment Act

Effort to Create Jobs and Promote Investment in Life Sciences Would Benefit NJ 

Bridgewater, NJ, December 16, 2010 — The HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ) today applauded the introduction of legislation that will provide tax incentives for small and mid-sized businesses to invest in life sciences research and development on a targeted basis.  Read more

 

Health and Wellness Fair Aims for Greater Public Awareness of Health Care Issues

Medical and Lifestyle Experts Focus on Prevention and Treatment Event Features U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg

Bridgewater, NJ, November 12, 2010 — The HealthCare Institute New Jersey (HINJ) today hosted a Health and Wellness Fair at Bergen Community College in Paramus.  The event featured U.S Senator Frank R. Lautenberg, the Region II director from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and health experts from patient groups and area hospitals.  The health fair provided Bergen County residents free health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, glaucoma, glucose, and balance, as well as expert advice on these topics. Read more

 

The Road to Wellness Health Fair and Panel Aims for Greater Public Awareness of Healthy Living Issues

Lifestyle Experts Focus on Prevention and Treatment 

July 26, 2010 — The HealthCare Institute New Jersey today hosted “The Road to Wellness: A Health Fair and Panel Discussion” at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck.  The discussion featured U.S Representative Steve Rothman (NJ-9) and a host of health experts from area hospitals. Read more

 

Innovation NJ Coalition to Push for Business-Higher Education Partnerships to Bolster New Jersey’s Economy

Bedminster, NJ, July 15, 2010 — Making the most of New Jersey’s heritage as a home to innovation and invention will be the key to creating the jobs of the future, and the ongoing goal of a new coalition called Innovation NJ, dedicated to fostering partnerships between businesses and institutions of higher education. Read more

 

Study: Medical Innovation Key to New Jersey’s Economic Future

Former House Majority Leader Dick Gephardt Joins with Public and Private Sector Leaders to Highlight Urgency of Moving Forward with National Agenda 

New Brunswick and Camden, NJ, July 13, 2010 — The U.S. is quickly losing ground as a leader in medical innovation and must embrace a public policy agenda to create jobs, cure chronic disease and ensure state and national competitiveness well into the future, a group of public and private sector leaders told a gathering of innovators and health officials at the Human Genetics Institute of New Jersey in Piscataway and at Cooper University Hospital in Camden today. Read more

 

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