Blacks and Hispanics in New Jersey fare worse than whites and Asians when it comes to overall health and access to care, according to a national analysis by the Commonwealth Fund, a New York-based nonprofit research group. The analysis — which examined state-by-state data to assess health care access, quality and outcomes for Blacks, whites, Hispanics, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and Native Americans — found that health systems generally are failing underserved groups in the Garden State and across the nation. To read the full story.