Vice President, Informatics, Conformance and Interoperability
The Sequoia Project
Mrs. Davis has >25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry with emphasis in the conformance testing, implementation, development, and management of information technology solutions and healthcare workflow requirements. She serves as the VP, Informatics, Conformance and Interoperability for the Sequoia Project that is a 501C3 not for profit organization based in Washington, DC. Her expertise includes connecting people, processes and technology to improve health care. She is responsible for driving interoperability among health IT systems participating within the Carequality framework, eHealth Exchange network and RSNA Image Share Validation programs in partnership with the RSNA managed by Sequoia. She leads a group of experts from a wide range of stakeholders across the US to develop specific and pragmatic implementation guidance on improving data quality of the clinical content exchanged among networks and communities in the Data Usability workgroup under the Interoperability Matters Forum. She acts as the subject matter expert supporting the deployment efforts of the Image Exchange Use Case Implementation Guide for Carequality. Davis is nationally known as a subject matter expert for healthcare standards, interoperability design and strategy for all healthcare stakeholders within hospitals, physician practices, health information exchanges and vendors deploying health information technology to improve patient safety and quality of care. She volunteers in several roles nationally and internationally. She serves on the Tennessee HIMSS Board as the Health Information Exchange (HIE) liaison since 2010. She also serves on the IHE International Board of Directors since 2007 and within various committees and joint collaborations.

Speaking at:

The Sequoia Project: Interoperability Matters Process for Improving Data Usability
Tuesday, April 18 at 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
South Building, Level 1 | S100 C Details