Vice President of Informatics
As NewWave’s Vice President of Informatics, Aaron Seib leads NewWave’s Informatics practice to provide innovative solutions which improve all aspects of informatics for NewWave’s federal, state, and commercial partners. He works closely with NewWave’s partners to ensure that the quality and utility of data is effectively captured by leveraging open standards and refining data into information that will ultimately improve ROI as Healthcare systems evolve in the US and beyond.
Aaron has over 20 years of professional Health IT experience applying technology to solve problems for federal, state, and commercial customers and holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Management Science and Information Systems from Penn State University.
Aaron brings a variety of extensive technical and policy expertise regarding the sharing of health information amongst various stakeholders including providers, payers, consumers and research organizations. Aaron has worked across the healthcare eco-system with Managed Care Organizations, Disease Management programs, Clinical Research organizations including work at the Duke Clinical Research Organization, National Cancer Institute and Johns Hopkins; and health information exchange including his provider-to-provider focused work at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT on the Nationwide Health Information Network (the eHealth Exchange); California’s Office of Health Information Integrity Statewide HIE initiatives and most recently focused on exchange between providers and consumers at the National Association for Trusted Exchange.
Aaron is passionate about empowering consumers through partnering with their healthcare teams to improve outcomes utilizing the value of data and ultimately enabling informatics as a component of Learning Health Systems in the US. He empowers NewWave & partners with effective solutions to improve the quality of healthcare experiences for all stakeholders. Aaron is a member of the Interactive Autism Network and SPARK Community Advisory Councils and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Data Across Sectors for Health where he gets to serve on a voluntary basis.