Ning Tang, M.D.
Senior Medical Director, Clinical Effectiveness & High Value Care, Clinical Associate Professor, Stanford Health Care
Ning Tang, MD, is the Senior Medical Director, Clinical Effectiveness & High Value Care at Stanford Health Care. She is leading the development of the Center for High Value Care, a new center in Quality that supports physician and administrative leaders in achieving preeminent clinical outcomes at a lower cost. Learning from our clinical and financial data, Ning provides guidance towards reducing clinical variations and optimizing evidence-based care pathways. She is actively working with Departments and Service Lines to simulate alternative payment models such as bundled payment. Ning is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine and sees patients at the Portola Valley Primary Care Clinic.
Prior to joining Stanford Health Care, Ning was Director of Clinical Design at Castlight Health, where she led development of the Centers of Excellence and High-Value Provider Network product lines. She also served as the Medical Director for Ambulatory Quality and Safety at UCSF, where she developed a comprehensive program to measure and improve the quality and safety in ambulatory practices. Ning led ambulatory pay-for-performance efforts and developed disease registries and quality reports in EPIC. Her research focused on improving the transition of care from hospital to primary care.
Ning obtained her medical degree from Harvard Medical School, completed residency in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, and studied health policy and management at Harvard Business School. She holds a bachelor’s degree in public policy from Princeton University.