New 20-Minute Fix-It Video Perfect for Outreach to Small Businesses
A small manufacturing business in Pennsylvania, in search of ways to improve its bottom line, determined that the way health benefits are provided was the key. This short, hard-hitting video tells what they learned. We encourage all New Jersey Universal Healthcare Coalition members and friends to use it to spread the word about universal, single-payer healthcare to business-oriented audiences. NJUHC will gladly partner with other organizations that want to sponsor events for small business owners. Check it out by clicking: https://vimeo.com/148933942.
We have one such event planned in South Jersey, in partnership with the South Jersey National Organization for Women. It will be a breakfast meeting, 7:30–9:30 AM at the Unitarian Center in Cherry Hill on March 30, 2017. In addition to the video, the event will include a panel and discussion with attendees. All are welcome. Please respond to email@example.com if you are interested in attending or learning more about this event. Attending might be a great way to see how you might plan a similar event for businesses near where you live.
This website is dedicated to providing the people of New Jersey with information about creating a more humane healthcare system for the people of our State of New Jersey. We hope that the information provided below will encourage you to join with us and help build this growing movement already taking place in approximately 20 other states in our nation so far.
Health Care Savings for New Jersey
The State of New Jersey would save at least $2.2 billion per year—that’s 7.4% of its 2011–2012 budget of $29.8 billion.
NJ’s unfunded postretirement health benefits obligation would disappear—that’s $57 billion less debt.
Local governments in New Jersey would realize similar savings, reducing the State aid they require.
Proposal for a New Jersey Single-Payer Health Plan
The New Jersey Universal Healthcare Coalition supports a state single-payer health care system that:
In 1991 78% of New Jerseyans Supported the Enactment of a National Health Program