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Dr. Hogarth has a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M, and a medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He completed Internal Medicine training at the UC Davis Medical Center in 1995 and a Fellowship in Medical Informatics in the UC Davis Department of Pathology in 1997. He has been a faculty at UC Davis since 1997. In 1997, he published the first book on the use of the Internet in healthcare.
Dr. Hogarth has led a number of large-scale informatics initiatives. Since 2004, Dr. Hogarth has led the development and on-going technical operation of the California Electronic Death Registration System (http://www.edrs.us), the largest electronic death registration system in the U.S. today. His team also developed the Maryland EDRS, which went live in 2015. Since 2009, he has been the informatics lead and chief architect for the platform supporting the I-SPY2 adaptive breast cancer trial. Since 2010, he has also been the Chief Medical Information Officer and informatics lead for the UC-wide Athena Breast Health Network project (http://www.athenacarenetwork.org), which involves electronic patient-reported information from 100,000 women in California.
Dr. Hogarth is currently the principal investigator for an interagency agreement with MediCal to develop big data analytics using data from healthcare systems. Dr. Hogarth was a founding member of the distributed UC-ReX network, and today he serves as UC Davis site informatics lead for the pSCANNER network, a PCORI funded distributed clinical research data network (CDRN) with access to over 30 million patient records. In 2015, he was elect3ed to the Americal College of Medical Informatics (ACMI)