New Jersey has created a "Master Person Index" database intended to improve health care quality in terms of facilitating access to care, reducing medical errors, and ensuring health record accessibility. The database will be available to health care provider organizations throughout the state, and allow them to see a resident's health history, no matter where that consumer has received treatment in the past. The $3.72 million project was funded by $800,000 in state Medicaid funds, and $2.9 million awarded to the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) in July 2015 by the federal Office of the National . . .