Sarah is passionate about improving the patient experience through payment and delivery transformation. Her experience is in the intersection of policy and health information technology, regulation of health information technology and electronic health information, telemedicine deployment in an academic medical center, strategic consulting for state governments, project management, and collaboration consensus building based on evidence based practices. Through her experience, Sarah has gained strong knowledge in developing legislative, regulatory, and policy through collaborative stakeholder engagement, and understands what it takes to deploy new, innovative technologies in healthcare organizations. Sarah is naturally curious, and enjoys learning about health care organizations and policymaker barriers to transformation and how the industry is helping solve these challenges.
Sarah holds a Masters of Arts in Applied Sociology, with a Concentration in Health Policy. She enjoyed studying how federal and state policy impact communities and patients, and continues that through her work at CedarBridge Group. Sarah’s favorite bridge is Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy, over the Arno river for its history, cultural significance, and success in withstanding centuries.