The Sequoia Project’s Programs
The Sequoia Project is a national convener of industry and government stakeholders solving health IT interoperability. The challenge is multifaceted, and so is our approach as we focus on real world, pragmatic solutions. Below is a sampling of programs our members may participate in:
- Interoperability Matters: Members are vital contributors to our Interoperability Matters workgroups as we identify and resolve the remaining challenge to seamless, secure health information exchange. The workgroup issues are prioritized by the general members and may include information blocking, patient matching, and other discrete problems.
- Interoperability Testing Platform (ITP): The Sequoia Project has built a robust and rigorous testing platform, which The Sequoia Project members may utilize as a member benefit. The CDA content tools are free to members, and transport testing tools and services are available for a fee.
- Initiatives: As a non-profit focused on implementation of interoperability solutions, The Sequoia Project has a track record of incubating new initiatives, including the eHealth Exchange network and Carequality framework. Our incubation support includes providing business back-office services, as well as governance expertise and other guidance. Current initiatives include Patient Unified Lookup System for Emergencies (PULSE) and RSNA Image Share Validation.
The Sequoia Project Corporate Members
Organizations may join The Sequoia Project as a corporate member and engage in The Sequoia Project-sponsored initiatives and various cross-industry collaborative efforts to advance nationwide health information exchange implementation. Any organization may join The Sequoia Project as a corporate member regardless of participation in its independent initiatives.
The Sequoia Project members have a unique opportunity to guide the future of the largest public and private exchange community of its kind in the U.S. and shape future strategy for the organization. Members serve to help shape a technical strategic road map for health information exchange, guide product and network testing programs, assure the continued alignment with the national strategy and engage in cross-industry implementation-level collaborative efforts to identify and address challenges to health information exchange.
|Member Types||Revenue / Budget||Full Member||Associate Member|
|Nonprofit||< $5 Million||$3,500||$1,400|
|$5 - 25 Million||$7,750||$3,100|
|> $25 Million||$12,000||$4,800|
|Healthcare Providers||< 100 hospital beds or <25 physicians / other providers||$3,500||$1,400|
|100-300 hospital beds or 25-75 physicians / other providers||$7,750||$3,100|
|> 300 hospital beds or > 75 physicians or other providers||$12,000||$4,800|
|$5 – 24 Million||$8,000||$3,200|
Additional Member Program Benefits
- Includes up to 2 registrations for annual meeting ($2K value)
- Access to Testing Tools and Services
- Free access to CCDA content tool and validation of 1st10 data source ($3K value)
- 20% discount off transport testing tool annual subscription ($4K value)
- Quarterly Webinars
- Voting Member of Interoperability Matters
- Priority for leadership in workgroups and pilots
- Includes up to 1 registration for annual meeting ($1K value)
- Quarterly Webinars
- Eligible to participate in Interoperability Matters Forum
- Eligible to participate in workgroups