The Sequoia Project Announces New Members to its Board of Directors

(Vienna, VA – April 14, 2021) –The Sequoia Project, a non-profit and trusted advocate for nationwide interoperability, today announced the entry of three new members to its board of directors. The incoming board members bring fresh perspectives to The Sequoia Project’s work on the nation’s most pressing health information technology (IT) interoperability challenges, including information blocking and […]

The Sequoia Project Launches Emergency Preparedness Information Workgroup for State Interoperability and Health Information Sharing Challenges

Workgroup to consider lessons learned from COVID-19 response and more (Vienna, VA – January 13, 2021) –The Sequoia Project, a non-profit and trusted advocate for nationwide interoperability, is launching a new Emergency Preparedness Information Workgroup this month as part of the organization’s Interoperability Matters Cooperative. This workgroup will consider lessons learned from the response to […]

Interoperability Matters, an Initiative of The Sequoia Project, Establishes Three New Information Blocking Subgroups Starting in 2021

Subgroups will address compliance best practices for Health Care Providers, Health IT Developers, and Health Information Networks/Health Information Exchanges (Vienna, VA – December 17, 2020) – At its annual member meeting on December 15, 2020, The Sequoia Project, a non-profit dedicated to solving health IT interoperability for the public good, announced the launch of three new community […]