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Jacqueline Gerhart

Jacqueline Gerhart

Wisconsin native and completed undergraduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience at UW-Madison. While in college, she worked designing medical devices, and doing industrial engineering projects to improve healthcare delivery. She attended medical school at Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN, where she developed a strong commitment to primary care.

Her special interests include women’s health, sports medicine, mental health and minor surgical procedures.

Dr. Gerhart is currently practicing full-spectrum family medicine, including maternity and inpatient care, and is based at UW Health Deforest-Windsor clinic. She also writes a medical column for the Wisconsin State Journal. Outside of medicine, her hobbies include running, biking and tennis.

In 2018, she joined the Epic team to help make a global impact on the healthcare industry. At Epic, she prioritizes innovation that ensures people get well and stay well, and helps future generations be healthier. From AI and pioneering technology for re-envisioning the patient experience, to government reform and how we pay for healthcare, Epic aligns policy with practice to empower patients and providers. As a physician liaison for over 30 healthcare organizations, she contributes to Epic’s mission by sharing strategies for decreasing friction in healthcare, alleviating provider burden and improving health outcomes. She also serves as the lead clinician-researcher and Chief Medical Officer for Epic Research, which uses real-world evidence from the Cosmos database to help advance medical knowledge and inform public health. Since the pandemic, they’ve had the unique opportunity to inform the FDA, CDC and White House on topics such as COVID-19, Cancer and, most recently, Mpox - which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.