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Taylor Durham, MPH

Program Evaluation and Quality Improvement (QI) Coordinator

Taylor Durham (she/her pronouns) is the Program Evaluation and Quality Improvement (QI) Coordinator for the Center for Advancing Dyadic Care in Pediatrics. She is driven by a passion for excellence and has a wealth of experience in program coordination, policy analysis, and evaluation within the realm of public health. She has a Master of Public Health degree from San Diego State University, with a concentration in Health management and Policy, and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from San Diego State University.

With a proven track record spanning various esteemed institutions such as the County of San Diego, Kaiser Permanente, San Diego State University, University of California, San Diego, Transform Health, LLC, and Grossmont Healthcare District, Taylor brings a depth of expertise and a breadth of knowledge to the table in the areas of Social Determinants of Health, Environmental Health, and Mental Health. Taylor has collaborated on Medicaid 1115 waivers, Community Needs Assessments, Scientific Manuscripts on telehealth, and evaluated several Enhanced Care Management programs for expansion.

Taylor's journey is characterized by a relentless pursuit of improvement and a commitment to driving equitable change. Her adeptness in program coordination has been honed through 5 years of orchestrating complex initiatives, ensuring seamless execution, and delivering impactful results nationwide. Her knack for evaluation, evidenced by her ability to dissect data, and glean actionable insights, positions them as a formidable asset in the realm of quality improvement. Moreover, Taylor's proficiency in policy analysis underscores their ability to navigate regulatory landscapes and shape strategies that align with organizational objectives. Her innate talent for communication and collaboration has facilitated fruitful partnerships and driven consensus across diverse stakeholders, fostering an environment conducive to innovation and progress.