Career Summary

Jason Gagner, MBA, oversees the day-to-day administrative and business functions for the Homer Warner Center. His responsibilities include (but are not limited to) budgeting, contract management, grants and other funding opportunities, compliance and regulatory requirements, stakeholder management, project management, governance, and research and development.

He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, American Medical Informatics Association, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, and the Utah Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.

Jason earned a BS in Behavioral Science and Health from the University of Utah and a MBA with an emphasis in Business Strategy from Vanderbilt University.

Areas of Focus

  • Outcomes management
  • Patient engagement
  • Measurement methodologies
  • Workflow management and tracking
  • Research development

Significance to Patient Care

By continually enhancing and improving the research and operational environment of the Homer Warner Center, Jason's work enables our researchers' ability to become more productive and efficient, allowing for more opportunities of discovery that improve patient care.

Selected Bibliography

SN Thornton, Westberg LJ, Mann DK, Rasmussen DN, Schildknecht HL, Baker GB, Gagner JP, Heermann Langford LK. Participating in Multiple Health Information Exchange Endeavors without Compromising Local Decision Autonomy for Patient Identification. J Healthcare Inform Management. 2013;27(2): 36-43.

G Baker, He S, Mann DK, Ranade-Kharkar P, Gagner J, Thornton SN, Value Transparency in Health Information Exchange as a Mechanism to Enrich Patient Participation. AMIA Annu Symp 2014 (Abstract).

J Gagner, Mann D, He S, Web N, Gurr G, Thornton SN. Configuring Health Information Exchange Identity and Consent Services for Operational Use in a Changing HIE Landscape. AMIA Annu Symp 2014 (Abstract).

D Taylor, Ebert M, Gagner J, Wagner K, Potrich E, Intermountain Healthcare; Haug PJ, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah. ResearchDoc: Lessons Learned in the Development of Tools for Clinical Research Data Capture and Analysis.