Stopsign.jpgAs teachers, law enforcement officers, firefighters and public employees throughout New Jersey, Chapter 78 forced you to pay way too much for your healthcare - yet you still don’t have answers for why your premiums skyrocket year after year.

Now, a new bill could force you to lose access to private practice doctors you hold so dear, while doing nothing to save you money on your enormous out-of-pocket health
costs.

Big healthcare insurance companies are urging the Senate and Assembly to pass the current version of A2039/S485 because they know it means a huge financial windfall to their bottom lines.

A2039/S485 pulls the plug on New Jersey’s most talented and experienced emergency specialists by mandating below-market medical reimbursement rates.

Emergency specialists will no longer be available to cover many of New Jersey’ 72 emergency rooms.

Doctors, teachers and first responders all provide vital public services to our communities. Insurance companies? Well, we’ll let you decide.

Stand with your independent doctors

Tell the Senate and Assembly to amend A2039/S485 and require insurance companies to pay fair rates to out-of-network private practice specialists. Click on your profession below, then type in your name and address. We'll send an email to your legislators. Feel free to modify that email.

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  • commented 2018-04-03 11:39:14 -0400
    We need to improve health care and affordable
  • commented 2018-03-31 09:57:51 -0400
    This is Beverly important ! Please say “No “
  • commented 2018-03-31 07:12:34 -0400
    Please read and help spread the word!!!! We need to improve medical care in NJ together.
  • commented 2018-03-30 13:14:33 -0400
    This is so important! I hope all doctors share this with their friends families and patients! Dr. Mazzola