Medical homes have been featured prominently in federal and state health reform plans. Join us for a policymaker briefing on what the patient-centered medical home concept is and how it might work in CT on Friday June 19th at 12:30 pm in the Old Judiciary Room at the State Capitol in Hartford. Speakers include Suneel Parikh, MD and Robert Fortini from the Queens-Long Island Medical Group — the first NCQA-accredited medical home, Lee Partridge of the National Partnership for Women and Families, Vera Tait MD, from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Shafiq Qaadri, MD, MPP, Ontario, and Pat Baker of the CT Health Foundation. The CT reactor panel will include Sandra Carbonari, MD, Tom Woodruff, from the Office of the State Comptroller, Kristin Boucher, RN, Rose Stamilio of St. Francis Care, Claudia Gruss, MD, Joanna Douglass, BDS, DDS, and Rep. Betsy Ritter. For directions to the Capitol, click here. The briefing is made possible with a grant from the CT Health Foundation.