Co-founder and CEO of Medical Network One in Rochester, a Michigan-based physiciansí services organization established in 1981. The organization now serves some 750 primary and specialty care physicians in Michigan and Ohio. Matuszewski is a Detroit-area health care veteran and champion of innovative primary care and chronic care initiatives, including the award-winning Chronic Care Travel Team program. She has consulted with medical societies and local, state, national, and international health care organizations, and has been a frequent speaker on the management of innovative, primary care-based chronic disease programs, and the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), a national health care movement that establishes the primary care physicianís office as the patientís medical home, with the personal physician coordinating all of a patientís medical care to improve patient health and ultimately decrease costs. She promotes a vision of patient-centered medicine and a culture of organizational excellence. Matuszewski is a member of the American and Michigan Medical Group Associations, Michigan Osteopathic Association Task Force on Practice Transformation, the Michigan Primary Care Consortium, and the Improving Performance in Practice Steering Committee. Since 2005 she has chaired the PCMH committee of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michiganís Physician Group Incentive Program. Matuszewski received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wayne State University.