Next session is November 14 in Mt. Laurel
TRENTON – Governor Murphy’s State Health Benefits Quality and Value Task Force will host the final of three listening sessions across the state next week to solicit valuable public input in the ongoing effort to improve the quality and value of the state health benefits programs for beneficiaries, while addressing health care costs for the State of New Jersey, local governments and taxpayers.
“The task force is committed to developing options that ensure high quality coverage and good value in these important health benefit programs,” said Carole Johnson, Commissioner of the Department of Human Services and Chair of the State Health Benefits Quality and Value Task Force. “Public input is a critical part of the process, and we’re hosting listening sessions across the state to make sure everyone has the opportunity to have their voices heard.”
Please note the time change to the final listening session:
State Task Force members, including Commissioner Johnson and other Cabinet Members will attend the November event. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Directions and other event information are available at: NJ.Gov/StateHealthBenefitsTaskforce.