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Fair Share Northgate II featured in LeadingAge Magazine

The wonderful work our friends and partners over at Fair Share Northgate II has been highlighted in LeadingAge Magazine. The article introduces the building as a ‘safe haven’ to the over 400 residents that call Northgate home. Camden, NJ, population 77,000, is one of the poorest, most crime-ridden cities in the country. Sitting in the Read More….

Getting to know the sickest patients – NPR’s Marketplace

Posted: August 23, 2013

NPR’s Marketplace is spending the next year covering the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act in Camden, New Jersey. Reporter Dan Gorenstein has released the latest episode of this series. The piece discusses patients who are being admitted to the hospital over and over again for the same reasons. In case you haven’t noticed, the Affordable Read More….

Dr. Brenner Offers Healthcare Solutions to Governors

Dr. Brenner delivered a keynote address at the National Governors Association summer meeting in Milwaukee. Over two dozen of our nations governors gathered to discuss critical issues they are facing and to share common solutions. A key issue was the need to contain costs in health care. Dr. Brenner urged the governors to work with Read More….

NPR’s Marketplace Views the Affordable Care Act Through the Eyes of Camden

The national radio show NPR Marketplace is covering the rollout of the Affordable Care Act by staying in the City of Camden for 12-18 months. The Camden Coalition is working closely with reporter Dan Gorenstein to help him identify the inspiring stories that we see every day. The first two chapters of the story have Read More….

One Simple Idea Could Revolutionize Health Care in Philly

Philadelphia Citypaper released an article highlighting the care coordination movement and the dramatic impact it is having on the lives of the most vulnerable patients. Dr. Brenner and the Camden Coalition were proud to be represented in the piece. An excerpt is below, but be sure to check out the full article here:   Read More….