The price of health care really is mo...

The price of health care really is more expensive in N.J. Here's the proof.

The New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute says new data show New Jersey has the fifth-most expensive health care costs in the country, driven largely by higher prices. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER Hospital admissions in New Jersey declined nearly 20 percent between from 2012 to 2016, a trend that should have made the overall cost of health care cheaper.

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