Nearly 300 doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals turned out in Augusta Friday to talk about health reform. Some of the tone revolved around how much talk there is about change, but no action. Quality Counts 6 (QC6) is the latest in a series of conferences to promote the transformational changes needed to create dramatic and sustainable improvements in health and healthcare in Maine. The conference provided an opportunity for a diverse set of stakeholders to consider a bold set of statewide quality goals and examine them in the context of our complex healthcare system. Two priorities Dr. Janet Corrigan who is a national leader in improving health care quality says reorganizing the system starting with strengthening hospital and primary care provider relationships should be a priority. Quality Counts 6 is made possible by the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Maine Aligning Forces for Quality initiative.