Tom Hoen

  

Director of Product Development, Medical Decision Logic, Inc (MDLogix)

Location: Baltimore, MD, USA


Certifications

Certified Scrum Product Owner

Biography

Thomas Hoen, Director of Product Development, MDLogix, received his BS in Physical Science (Mathematics, Computer Science, and Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Maryland in 1987.  His career has consisted of a number of long-term system management positions, prominently including Vice President of Technology at Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown from 1998-2001.  Mr. Hoen's accomplishments include design of the ISAAC database-driven Web application for managing health research information, contracted by the Cure Autism Now foundation, over the period 2001-2003. ISAAC is now the single largest repository of data on the families of autistic children in the world. He also designed and managed testing, deployment and maintenance of a web-based stock options management system for Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown. As Manager of Research Data Systems for the Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health (COAH), Mr. Hoen's responsibilities included designing database-driven Web applications for managing research studies administered through the COAH, managing all other aspects of data storage and distribution, developing systems to support investigators' projects, advising on the procurement of appropriate technologies, overseeing the design, implementation and maintenance of the COAH website, and directing a staff of data developers and data archivists. As Director of Product Development for MDLogix, Mr. Hoen manages a portfolio of health research related information system development efforts, most prominently a Clinical Research Management System used by Johns Hopkins University and Washington University of St. Louis, among others. He also manages the development of the Interactive Autism Network, a web-based system to manage a national registry of autistic children. It is now the largest autism registry in the world. He is also currently pursuing a Masters in Information Systems and Technology from Johns Hopkins.