The Sequoia Project’s Founding Members

The Sequoia Project Founding Members are influential representatives from across the healthcare spectrum whose activities will supplement the work of The Sequoia Project Board of Directors.

Nine founding members were instrumental in the startup of Sequoia in 2012 and helped the company grow and expand its work in the early years, before Carequality was launched. These founders continued to play an important role as the company broadened its focus to support other initiatives and interoperability projects.
Founders included:  American Medical Association, Epic, Informatics Corporation of America, MedVirginia, Michigan Health Information Network, Mirth, New York eHealth Collaborative, Orion Health and the Work Group for Electronic Data Interchange.

All Members of The Sequoia Project

 
Agency For Health Care Administration – State of Florida
American Medical Association
Apervita
Athenahealth
Avaneer Health
Azuba
Bay Health Medical Center
Blue Cross Blue Shield
CalHIPSO
Cerner
Collective Medical
CommonSpirit
Community Care Network of Virginia, Inc.
CRISP
CyncHealth
Delaware Health Information Network
East Tennessee Health Information Network
eClinicalWorks
eHealth Exchange
EHNAC
Epic
First Genesis
GigaTECH
Greenway Health
Hancock Regional
Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County
Health Catalyst
Health Gorilla
HIE Community Care
Highmark Health
HIMSS
HITrust
Humana
ID.me
Indiana HIE
Intermountain Healthcare
jackson community medical record
Kaiser Permanente
Kno2
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Leidos
lifeIMAGE
MatrixCare
MedVirginia
MiHIN
MRO
NC HealthConnex
Netsmart
Nextgen
North Dakota Health Information Network
NYeC
Ochin
Onerecord
Optum
Orion Health
PatientPing
Santa Cruz Health Information Organization
Sharecare
SSA
Stanford Health Care
SureScripts
Sutter Health
Texas eHealth Alliance
Womba
 

Become a Member!

Join other organizations as a member of The Sequoia Project and engage as a key contributor in The Sequoia Project-sponsored initiatives and collaborative efforts to advance implementation of secure, interoperable nationwide health information exchange for the public good.

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