Waimei Tai
Clinical Assistant Professor at the Stanford Stroke Center, Dept. of Neurology

About Me

Waimei (Amy) Tai is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Stanford Stroke Center, Dept. of Neurology, having completed a clinical fellowship in vascular neurology at Stanford. She is also a post-doctoral fellow at the Clinical Excellence Research Center at Stanford University, focusing on design and implementation of value based care delivery processes that improve outcomes and lower per capita spending.  Her prior research focused on use of blood biomarkers and perfusion imaging for rapid assessment of TIA and minor stroke. She also does work on simulation based education in stroke care for residents and other aspects of medical education. She is a fellow at Doximity, a large professional networking tool for physicians. She obtained a B.A from Johns Hopkins University in economics and biology and her M.D. from University of Maryland. She completed her neurology residency with chief year at University of Southern California.

At Medicine X 2015

Sunday, September 29 1:30 pm (LK 120)
Leveraging patient engagement and new technologies for healthcare delivery innovation: methods and examples from the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center
Americans are demanding better value – improved health at lower cost, and with a better experience of care – from a healthcare system that, despite being the most costly in the world, lags behind in... Read more
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