Director, Care Management
Meghan Sheridan is a registered dietician and expert in population health management, evidence-based guidelines, and value-based care. She currently serves as the Care Management Director at Medical Advantage, where she oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of care management programs. She is responsible for building high-performing care management teams to work collaboratively with providers. She also lends her analytic expertise to design interventions that drive success in value-based arrangements.
Ms. Sheridan joined Medical Advantage in 2015 as a MiPCT Project Manager/Consultant where she worked directly with physician organizations to implement the Michigan Primary Care Transformation Project, the nation’s largest multi-payer Patient Centered Medical Home demonstration. Her efforts helped position Michigan as the most successful state in the program, achieving the greatest reduction in Medicare expenditures, improved care coordination, team communication, attention to mental health, self-management support, and medication reconciliation. She also worked as a Population Health Manager, developing and overseeing population health programs using evidenced-based guidelines and best practices. Her programs have proven to consistency drive reductions in utilization and cost while improving the quality of care.
Prior to joining Medical Advantage, she worked as a registered dietician in the Women, Infants, and Children program at Jackson County Health Department, where she counseled high-risk clients. She also worked as a dietician for the Kulana Hawaii Weight Management Program, a free weight management program offered to native Hawaiians.
Ms. Sheridan holds a bachelor’s degree in dietetics from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.