Mariann Yeager serves as the CEO of The Sequoia Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of secure, interoperable healthcare solutions across the United States. Under her leadership, The Sequoia Project has grown to play an instrumental role in the nation's health IT infrastructure, championing the cause of data liquidity and accessibility. With a career spanning over two decades in the health information technology sector, Yeager's expertise has been crucial in establishing robust, industry-wide interoperability frameworks and trust agreements.
Prior to joining The Sequoia Project, Mariann held prominent positions at various health IT enterprises and federal agencies, where she gained an in-depth understanding of policy, standards, and technology implementation. Her comprehensive experience has enabled her to bridge the gap between innovative technology and its practical application, ensuring patients and healthcare professionals benefit from the most efficient and secure health information exchange processes.
Beyond her professional accolades, Mariann is recognized as a thought leader in the healthcare IT community. She is an ardent advocate for the betterment of patient care through technology and regularly contributes to discussions, panels, and publications on the topic. With an unwavering commitment to improving the U.S. healthcare system, Mariann Yeager's contributions have left an indelible mark on the landscape of health information exchange.