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The latest installment of our NJBIZ Power list series publishes on Monday with our 2013 take on the New Jersey health care landscape.

The 2013 list features a decent turnover rate of 34 percent, with 17 new people being added (and, alas, 17 people falling off). The turnover rate is a bit lower than it was for our most recent Power 100 and Power 50 Real Estate lists, which were near or above 50 percent.

But that doesn't mean the health care industry in New Jersey is static. Anything but. In fact, the health care industry in the Garden State is in tremendous flux, and you'll see that reflected in our list as we kept our ear to the ground and incorporated some of the whispers we've been hearing as we ranked the list.

As always, the Power list is a subjective endeavor that is compiled, ranked and written by the NJBIZ editors: Managing Editor Joe St. Arney and me. We welcome your feedback when the list publishes Monday.

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Power 50 Health Care list coming Monday

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The latest installment of our NJBIZ Power list series publishes on Monday with our 2013 take on the New Jersey health care landscape.

The 2013 list features a decent turnover rate of 34 percent, with 17 new people being added (and, alas, 17 people falling off). The turnover rate is a bit lower than it was for our most recent Power 100 and Power 50 Real Estate lists, which were near or above 50 percent.

But that doesn't mean the health care industry in New Jersey is static. Anything but. In fact, the health care industry in the Garden State is in tremendous flux, and you'll see that reflected in our list as we kept our ear to the ground and incorporated some of the whispers we've been hearing as we ranked the list.

As always, the Power list is a subjective endeavor that is compiled, ranked and written by the NJBIZ editors: Managing Editor Joe St. Arney and me. We welcome your feedback when the list publishes Monday.

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