Michelle Schneidermann, MD
Michelle Schneidermann, MD, is director of CHCF’s High-Value Care team, which supports policies and care models that align with patient preferences, are proven effective, and are affordable. She leads CHCF’s efforts in maternity care, end-of-life care, and the care of populations with complex behavioral health and medical conditions.
Prior to joining CHCF, Michelle served as a medical director of Alameda Alliance for Health, where she provided clinical support and oversight with a focus on care coordination and special projects. In this role, she led efforts to build and expand programs such as the Health Homes Program and Whole Person Care within the Alliance.
Before that, Michelle spent more than 14 years as a clinical professor and physician leader at UCSF. In addition to being a primary care doctor and hospitalist at San Francisco General, she was medical director of the Inpatient High User Care Management Program and founding Medical Director of the San Francisco Medical Respite and Sobering Center.
She currently serves as a commissioner for Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless, a program of the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency. Michelle received her medical doctorate from the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.