As senior director of public policy at Cerner, Meg Marshall advances a favorable policy environment to promote and protect the interests of health IT developers and providers. She leverages strategic alliances and collaborates with key partners on issues to influence legislative and regulatory actions. Meg is dedicated to enhancing organizational capacity by increasing policy intelligence, access to policymakers, insights of people and procedures involved in policymaking and collaboration with clients.
Meg has focused on public policy since 2008, building value by incorporating policy into business strategy. She has worked with policymakers and provided leadership through coalition building and strategic planning to advance critical policies fundamental to maximizing the intersection of health care and technology across public and private sectors, and international, federal and state environments.
In her time at Cerner, Meg has spearheaded important policy changes to improve health care for consumers through the use of IT to enable innovation, efficiency and safety in the health care system. She has worked with policymakers and provided leadership through coalition building and strategic planning to advance critical policies fundamental to health care and technology across public and private sectors, as well as international, federal and state environments. Most recently, Meg was selected as a HIT thought leader as part of Health Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT.
Meg has served on the Executive Committee of the Electronic Health Records Association (EHRA), where she chaired the public policy workgroup and the privacy and security workgroup. She chairs the HIMSS Government Relations Roundtable, co-chairs the CommonWell Health Alliance Government Affairs Committee, and is a member of the eHealthInitiative Policy Steering Committee. Meg currently co-chairs the Office of the National Coordinator’s Joint Health IT Committees API Task Force.