NJDOHNew Jersey Department of Health (Trenton, NJ)
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NJDOH worked with local health officials and providers to facilitate delivery of >12,500 outbreak response doses of MMR vaccine to Ocean County medical providers.
Leveled costs per admission are calculated by multiplying the full cost per admission by a wage equalization factor, calculated by NJDOH.
A total of 1,748 emergency room visits for PDD and 25,959 for SDD were reported for adult residents of Atlantic, Cape May, and Ocean counties to the NJDOH during the study period monitored in 2012.
Review of records of all patients who had surgical procedures at the facility on March 9 before patient A's procedure revealed one patient (patient B) with an HCV infection that had been reported to NJDOH in 2006.
The NJDOH vowed to work with partners to promote testing and link individuals with treatment and HIV medications that are effective in preventing transmission of the virus.
In response to these injection safety and vaccine administration errors, the NJDOH, in consultation with CDC, recommended notification and testing of the New Jersey business employees who participated in the vaccination clinic for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis C virus, and hepatitis B virus.
In November 1990, the 1990 RTK Survey, along with instructions for completion, was sent by the NJDOH RTK Program to 1,576 public employers in New Jersey, including state agencies, county and municipal governments, public school districts, and other public authorities.
The objectives were to assess EMR capabilities, assess the capacity to report screening data to NJDOH, and evaluate the data flow and tracking at a sample of birthing facilities.
Later that day, after GC-MS testing of a sample of heroin obtained from a patient identified both heroin and scopolamine, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) held an emergency press conference to alert the public to this drug combination.
Phil Murphy's administration, the data exchange program from the New Jersey Department of Health and the New Jersey Innovation Institute a New Jersey Institute of Technology corporation has connected over half of New Jersey's hospitals, NJDOH said.