Project Leader, M2
Highlights: Taylor Standiford is an M2 at the University of Michigan Medical School. Prior to starting medical school, Taylor worked at VillageMD in Chicago, where she provided management services for healthcare organizations moving towards a primary care-led, high-value clinical model
Education: Taylor earned her BS from Cornell University where she studied Human Development. She is in her second year of medical school at the University of Michigan.
Led a project for a community clinic determining whether or not to enter a new physician contracting partnership
Developed dashboards displaying electronic medical record data to physician groups, independent practice associations, and health systems to identify high-risk patients, increase coding accuracy, and decrease emergency room/inpatient utilization data aimed at lowering total medical costs and improving overall health in the communities we served.
Analyzed metrics of our physician’s value based contracts with Anthem of Indiana, specifically focused payer relationships and verifying accurate attribution, closing gaps in care, and identifying out of network utilization.
Worked intimately with care navigation teams developing intricate solutions to managing complex patients through a team based model of nursing, pharmacy, social work and physician care.
Helped to build and develop standard processes for transitional care management, chronic care management and annual wellness visit best practices to optimize physician-led team based care and care coordination.