Poll: Majority of New Jersey residents see big problems with healthcare
The Star-Ledger, March 13, 2008
More than half of New Jersey residents believe there are "major problems" with the state's healthcare system, with one in five describing a "state of crisis," according to a recently released poll. Some of that stems from concern over medical errors, with almost of a third of those responding to the AARP New Jersey survey reporting that they or a family member had been the victim of a preventable medical error.
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