Michael A. Hogarth, M.D.
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Pathology - Clinical
Pathology - Informatics
Philosophy of Care
My approach to practicing medicine is to get to know patients, their individual preferences, and most importantly their overall health goals in order to personalize the care I provide.
I believe the best outcomes are achieved by a strong physicianpatient partnership that integrates evidence based medical practice with patient preference.
A physician with extensive computer background, Michael A. Hogarth sees medical informatics as a key component in maintaining quality of care in today's healthcare environment.
He is a member of the American Medical Informatics Association and author of a number of papers in health informatics. Hogarth's research focuses on informatics systems and methods supporting clinical registries, public health, and health information exchange.
M.D., University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, Dallas TX 1991
B.S., Texas A&M University, College Station TX 1985
Internal Medicine,UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 1992-1995
Medical Informatics, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 1995-1997
American Board of Internal Medicine,
American College of Physicians
American Medical Informatics Association
California Medical Association
National Association of Public Health Statistics and Information Systems
Honors and Awards
Elected- American College of Medical Informatics, 2015
Larry L. Sautter Award, 2015
Nicholas E. Davies Institutional Award, 2013
Outstanding Service Award, 2012
Select Recent Publications
Hogarth M, Hajopoulos K, Young M, Cowles N, Churin J, Hornthal B, Esserman L. The Communication and Care Plan: a novel approach to patient-centered clinical information systems. J Biomed Inform. 2010 Oct;43(5 Suppl):S6-8.
Riedl B, Than N, Hogarth M. Using the UMLS and Simple Statistical Methods to Semantically Categorize Causes of Death on Death Certificates. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2010 Nov 13;2010:677-81.
Yellowlees PM, Marks LS, Hogarth M, Turner S. Standards-based, open-source electronic health record systems: A desirable future for the U.S. health industry. Telemed J E Health, 14(3):284-8. 2008.
Yellowlees PM, Marks SL, Hogarth M, Turner S. Open-source electronic health record systems: A desirable future for the U.S. health industry. Telemedicine and e-Health. Jan 2007.
Yellowlees PM, Hogarth M, Hilty DM. The importance of distributed broadband networksto academic biomedical research and education programs. Acad Psychiatry. 30(6):451-5. 2006.
Hogarth MA, Turner S. A Study of Clinically Related Open Source Software Projects. Proc AMIA Symp. 330-334. 2005.
Cardiff RD, Rosner A, Hogarth MA, Galvez JJ, Borowsky AD, Gregg JP Validation of the new challenge for pathology. Toxicologic Pathology, 32 Suppl 1:31-9. 2004.
Elkin PL, Brown SH, Lincoln MJ, Hogarth M, Rector A. A Formal Representation for Messages Containining Compositional Expressions. International Journal of Medical Informatics (IJMI). 71(2-3):89-102. 2003.
Howell LP, Hogarth M, Anders TF. Implementing a Mission-Based Reporting System at an Academic Health Center. Academic Medicine. 78(6):645-51. 2003.
Srinivas PR, Gusfield D, Mason O, Gertz M, Hogarth M, Stone J, Jones EG, Gorin, FA. Semi- automated generation of neuroanatomical terms and acronyms with a comparison between two neuroanatomical terminologies. Neuroinformatics Journal, 1(2):177-192. 2003.