Carequality is pleased to announce The Sequoia Project’s first annual member meeting which will be held from December 5-6, 2017 at the Gaylord National Harbor, located just minutes outside of Washington, DC. Carequality brings together a diverse group of representatives, including electronic health record (EHR) vendors, health information exchanges (HIEs), and other types of networks and service providers from the private sector and government, to determine technical and policy agreements to enable data to ﬂow between and among networks, platforms, and geographies. Attendees from provider organizations, national and regional data sharing networks, consumer application providers, payers, vendors, and more are expected at this exciting event.
In addition to Carequality members, attendees will consist of members and participants of The Sequoia Project, eHealth Exchange, and RSNA Image Share Validation. The annual meeting agenda will include product roadmaps, government representatives, data sharing case studies, technical tips and tricks, networking events, and much more. Experts from all areas of the health IT data field will present including Mariann Yeager, CEO of The Sequoia Project, and Dave Cassel, Vice President, Carequality.
As the inaugural live member meeting, this event promises to be a must-attend gathering of health IT interoperability experts. With nearly 200 attendees expected, The Sequoia Project Annual Member Meeting 2017 will be a valuable opportunity to network with executive, IT, and operations professionals across the health IT field. Make sure to take advantage of this unique opportunity. For more information, https://sequoiaproject.org/annual-meeting/.