Sequoia Named New Partner

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Health Catalyst, the leader in healthcare data warehousing, today announced a series of important events since September 2011 to continue driving the company’s substantial growth and industry leadership.

On September 23, 2011, Health Catalyst announced the selection of Sequoia Capital as its investment partner. The funds from Sequoia Capital’s investment in Health Catalyst will be used to accelerate Health Catalyst’s aggressive growth strategy by making its clinical data warehouse more widely available and developing additional software to expand care improvement for health systems. Michael Dixon, Partner at Sequoia Capital, will join Health Catalyst’s Board of Directors. “Health Catalyst’s data warehousing solutions allow clinicians to harness the right data in order to simultaneously improve care and reduce cost,” said Dixon. “We’re excited to participate in this much-needed positive transformation in US healthcare.”

Health Catalyst

Headquartered in Salt Lake City and founded in 2008, Health Catalyst is a Sequoia-backed company providing industry leading healthcare data warehousing software, as well as clinical implementation and process improvement services to help healthcare organizations fundamentally improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Clients include Allina Hospitals and Clinics, MultiCare Health Systems, North Memorial Health Care, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, and Texas Children’s Hospital.

Sequoia Capital

Sequoia Capital partners with founders of startups who are ready to turn their business ideas into companies of enduring value. “The Founders Code” is Sequoia Capital’s promise to deliver to founders a set of services to help them realize their great cause. Today, Sequoia Capital is helping the founders at Airbnb, Dropbox, Evernote, Meraki, MobileIron, Jawbone, Jive, Square, and Tumblr. Founders of market-leading companies that Sequoia Capital has been privileged to work with include Steve Jobs of Apple Computer, Larry Ellison of Oracle, Bob Swanson of Linear Technology, Sandy Lerner and Len Bozack of Cisco Systems, Dan Warmenhoven of NetApp, Jerry Yang and David Filo of Yahoo!, Jen-Hsun Huang of NVIDIA, Michael Marks of Flextronics, Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen of YouTube, Tony Hsieh ofZappos, Omar Hamoui of AdMob, Steve Streit of Green Dot and Reid Hoffman and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn. To learn more about Sequoia Capital, please visit