Janet Marchibroda is a nationally recognized expert on and advocate for using health information technology to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of health care. She serves as the Chair of the Health Information Technology Initiative for the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Health Project. The Health Information Technology Initiative brings together public and private sector leaders to identify and widely disseminate strategies and best practices for leveraging and aligning health IT investments to support delivery system, payment, and insurance reforms.
Previously, Marchibroda supported the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the Department of Health and Human Services in developing and executing a range of stakeholder engagement activities. Before that, she served as the founding Chief Executive Officer for eHealth Initiative (eHI). At eHI, she served as the founding Executive Director of Markle Connecting for Health, a public-private sector initiative designed to catalyze actions on a national basis to drive electronic connectivity and create an interconnected, electronic health information infrastructure.
Marchibroda holds a BS degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia, and an MBA with a concentration in Organization Development from George Washington University.