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Video highlights New Jersey Leadership in Healthcare Reform

(Trenton, NJ) — An eight-minute video focusing on New Jersey’s leadership in healthcare reform is being released today by PICO NJ and the Trenton Health Team. The video shows highlights of the recent conference sponsored by PICO NJ called “One Year Later: The NJ Medicaid Accountable Care Organization Demonstration Project.

Speakers include Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, founder of the groundbreaking healthcare reform initiative in Camden; Dr. Ruth Perry, executive director of the Trenton Health Team; Valerie Harr, commissioner of the NJ Department of Human Services; and David Knowlton, president of the Healthcare Quality Institute of NJ.

Also featured are residents and leaders from Kingsbury Health Team, one of the first sites where the Trenton Health Team, PICO and Kingsbury Towers residents worked together to improve health outcomes and enhance residents’ knowledge of ways to get and stay healthy

Princeton Community TV will air the video on Thurs., Sept. 13 at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Fri., Sept. 14 at noon, Sat., Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. and Sun., Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. TV viewers can access Princeton Community TV on Comcast Channel 30, Verizon FiOS Channel 45 or online at

About the Trenton Health Team
Trenton Health Team (THT) is an alliance of the city’s major providers of healthcare services including Capital Health, St. Francis Medical Center, Henry J. Austin Health Center and the city’s Health Department. In collaboration with residents and the city’s active social services network, THT is developing an integrated healthcare delivery system to transform the city’s fragmented primary care system and restore health to the city. THT aims to make Trenton the healthiest city in the state. The THT receives generous support from The Nicholson Foundation, corporate partners and other foundations. For more information, visit