Please join us on Friday, May 3, 2019, 9 am ET, when Michael Taylor, CEO of Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center in New Haven will be our guest on The Criminal Justice Insider Podcast with Babz Rawls Ivy & Jeff Grant – The Voice of CT Criminal Justice. Live on WNHH 103.5 FM New Haven, rebroadcast at 5 pm. Live-streaming and podcast everywhere, see below. Sponsored by the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven – Now More Than Ever.
Mentored by Cornell Scott himself, Michael Taylor now serves as Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center’s Chief Executive Officer. Michael, who has been with the Health Center since 2010 and served as the Center’s Chief Operations Officer prior to his promotion to CEO, is an experienced, proven leader with more than 25 years of diverse health-care management and consulting experience.
Prior to joining the Health Center, Michael founded Precision Resources, Inc. (PRI), a health-care consulting firm. Previously, he was a senior manager with a Philadelphia-based, health-care consulting firm, a manager with The Lewin Group, and a manager in the health-care consulting division of a national certified public accounting firm. He was also the manager of cost and budgets with the Massachusetts Eye and Ear, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated teaching hospital.
Michael’s extensive experience makes him uniquely qualified to serve as the Health Center’s CEO, providing him with the tools he needs to make the Health Center a medical home for the communities it serves, as well as an employer of first choice.
In addition to his role as CEO of the Health Center, Michael serves as a trainer for the National Association of Community Health Centers, providing assistance to primary care associations as well as troubled community Health Centers.
Despite his many commitments, Michael remains active within the community, serving on several boards. He is also a participating member of several professional associations, including the National Association of Health Services Executives and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Michael received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and has completed graduate-level courses in health care management and finance.
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Fri., June 21: Marcus Bullock, CEO of Flikshop
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