Toni Fogarty

Assistant Professor

Department of Public Affairs & Administration

E-mail:
toni.fogarty@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-2268
Office:
MI 4121
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Education

  • AS Management Information Systems; Nashville State Technical Institute
  • BS Psychology; Middle Tennessee State University
  • MA Experimental Psychology; Middle Tennessee State University
  • MPH Health Policy and Administration; UC Berkeley
  • PhD Health Service: Organizational Theory; UC Berkeley

Courses

Not teaching this quarter.

Publications

Textbooks

Fogarty, T. E. (2008).  Measuring, Assessing, and Improving Health Care Quality:  Effectively Applying Lean Six Sigma. Carrington, TX: TWL Knowledge Group.

Jackson, P.M. & Fogarty, T.E. (2006).  Sarbanes-Oxley and Nonprofit Management: A

Workbook for Skills, Techniques, and Organizational Excellence.  Indianapolis, IN: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 

Jackson, P.M & Fogarty, T.E. (2005).  Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofits: A Guide to Building Competitive Advantage.  Indianapolis, IN: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Herman, M.L; Head, G.L; Jackson, P.M.; & Fogarty, T.E. (2003).  Managing Risk in Nonprofit Organizations: A Comprehensive Guide.  Indianapolis, IN: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Online Courses, Excluding CSUEB

Fogarty, T.E. (2008).  HSM 372: U.S. Health Services Delivery System.  San Francisco, CA: Golden Gate University, Ageno School of Business.  Available at: http://www.ggu.edu/courses/catalog/browse.do?subject=HSM#372

Fogarty, T.E. (2004).  OD 645: Organizational Metrics and Outcomes.  San Francisco, CA: University of San Francisco, College of Professional Studies.  Available at: http://usf.usfca.edu/catalog/cps_grad_hrod_courses.html

Fogarty, T.E., Jackson, P.M., Patterson, J. & Oliver, B. (2003).  Business Continuity Planning On-Line Training Course.  Washington, DC:  Nonprofit Risk Management Center. Available at:  http://nonprofitrisk.org/tools/business-continuity/business-continuity.shtml.

Fogarty, T.E. (1998 - 2002).  Thirteen courses in the Master of Health Care Administration (MHCA) Program. Golden Gate University, School of Professional Programs and Undergraduate Studies.  Available at: http://www.ggu.edu.

Conference Proceedings

Stevenson, W.; Jackson, P.M.; & Fogarty, T.E. (2000).  Creating Infrastructure for Educational Hypermedia: The Three Stages of Development.  Proceedings from the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Quebec, Canada, June, 2000.  Available at: http://www.aace.org/stroe/edmediaCD.htm.

Fogarty, T.E; Jackson, P.M.; & Stevenson, W. (1999).  ALN Healthcare Administration Education: Golden Gate University's Healthcare Administration Program.  Proceedings from the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.  Available at:  http://www.aln.org/conference/proceedings/1999/index.asp.

Stevenson, W.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Jackson, P.M. (1999).  Evaluating Student Outcome and Course Effectiveness: Comparison Between CyberCampus and Traditional Courses.  Proceedings from the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.  Available at: http://www.aln.org/conference/proceedings/1999/index.asp.

Jackson, P.M.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Stevenson, W. (1999).  CyberPedagogy Workshop to Enhance Instructor Skills.  Proceedings from the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.  Available at:  http://www.aln.org/conference/proceedings/1999/index.asp.

Journal Articles

Lehrman, S.E.; Gentry, D.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1998).  Predictors of California Nursing Facilities' Acceptance of PWAs.  Health Services Research, 32(6), pp. 867-880.

Fogarty, T.E.; Gentry, D.; & Lehrman, S.  (1997).  Defining the Challenges of Providing Long-Term Care: The Case of the Nursing Home Industry's Response to the AIDS Epidemic.  Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 9(1), pp. 1727-33.

Hu, T.W.; Gabelko, K; Weis, K.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; Diokno, A.C.; & McCormick, K.A.  (1994).  Clinical Guidelines and Cost Implications - The Case of Stress Urinary Incontinence.  Geriatric Nephrology and Urology, 25(4):163-171.

Gentry, D.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Lehrman, S.  (1994).  Providing Long-Term Care for Persons with AIDS: Results From a Survey of Nursing Homes in the United States.  AIDS Patient Care, 5(3), pp. 130-137.

Shamian, J.; Hagen, B.; Hu, T.W.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1994).  The Relationship between Length of Stay and Required Nursing Care Hours.  Journal of Nursing Administration, 24(7/8):52-58.

Hu, T.W.; Stotts, N.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Bergstrom, N.  (1993).  Cost Analysis for Guideline Implementation in Prevention and Early Treatment of Pressure Ulcers.  Decubitus, 24(7/8):52-58.

Schnelle, J.F.; Newman, D.R.; White, M.K.; Abbey, J.; Wallston, K.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Ory, M.G.  (1993).  Maintaining Continence In Nursing Home Residents Through the Application Of Industrial Quality Control.  The Gerontologist, 33(1):114-121.

Shamian, J.; Hagen, B.; Hu, T.W.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1992).  Nursing Resource Requirement and Support Services.  Nursing Economics, 10(2):110-117.

Hu, T.W.; Gabelko, K.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1992).  Final report for the Urinary Incontinence Guidelines Panel:  Analysis of Urinary Incontinence Treatment Charges and Utilization Patterns.  Available from the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Washington, D.C.

Schnelle, J.F.; Newman, D.R.; Fogarty, T.E.; Wallston, K.; & Ory, M.G.  (1991).  Assessment and Quality Control of Incontinence Care in Long-Term Nursing Facilities. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 39(2):165-171.

Schnelle, J.F.; Newman, D.R.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1990).  Management of Patient Continence in Long-Term Care Nursing Facilities.  The Gerontologist, 30(3):373-376.

Schnelle, J.F.; Newman, D.R.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1990).  Statistical Quality Control in Nursing Homes: Assessment and Management of Chronic Urinary Incontinence.  Health Services Research, 25(4):628-637.

Fogarty, T.E.; Schnelle, J.F.; & Newman, D.R.  (1989).  Statistical Quality Control in Nursing Homes: A Key Indicator to Evaluate Patient Incontinence Care.  Quality Review Bulletin, 9(2):273-278.

Presentations

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES

Fogarty, T.E. (2010).  Health Insurance in the US: A Public and Private Venture.  Invited lecture at the China Senior Health Care Executive Education Program, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Stanford University, May, 2011

Fogarty, T.E. (2010).  Ethical Issues in US Health Care.  Invited lecture at the China Senior Health Care Executive Education Program, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Stanford University, June, 2011

Fogarty, T.E. (2009).  Understanding Health Care Reform.  Workshop presented at the Fall Leadership Institute, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, October 3, 2009.

Fogarty, T.E. & Jackson, P.M. (2002).  Business Continuity Planning.  Paper presented at the Nonprofit Risk Management Center Institute, Washington, DC, October, 2002.

Fogarty, T.E. & Jackson, P.M. (2002).  Transitioning to the Virtual Classroom:  Successful Strategies for E-Pedagogy and Curriculum Design.  Workshop presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 11, 2002.

Jackson, P.M.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Jackson, P. (2001). Culture of Evidence: Designing Successful WASC Accreditation Documents.  Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii, June, 2001.

Stevenson, W.; Jackson, P.M.; & Fogarty, T.E. (2000).  Creating Infrastructure for  Educational Hypermedia: The Three Stages of Development.  Paper presented at the  World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Quebec, Canada, June, 2000.

 Fogarty, T.E. & Jackson, P.M. (2000).  Web-based Asynchronous Education: The  Process of On-line Course Creation.  Paper presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Conference, San Diego, California, March, 2000.

Fulkerth, R.; Fogarty, T.E.; Lang, D.; & Lefferts, C. (2000).  Creating and Integrating a Successful Distance Learning Program Into The Life Of A School.  Paper presented at the Technology, Reading & Learning Difficulties International Annual Conference, San Francisco, California, January, 2000.

Fogarty, T.E; Jackson, P.M.; & Stevenson, W. (1999).  ALN Healthcare Administration Education: Golden Gate University's Healthcare Administration Program.  Paper presented at the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.

Stevenson, W.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Jackson, P.M. (1999).  Evaluating Student Outcome and Course Effectiveness: Comparison Between CyberCampus and Traditional Courses.  Paper presented at the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.

Jackson, P.M.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Stevenson, W. (1999).  CyberPedagogy Workshop to Enhance Instructor Skills. Paper presented at the International Annual Conference on ALN, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.

Jackson, P.M. & Fogarty, T.E. (1999).  CyberPedagogy Workshop to Enhance Instructor Skills.  Paper presented at the Annual Learning on the Internet Conference, Santa Rosa, California, April, 1999.

Fogarty, T.E.  (1998).  Evaluating Restraint Use for Residents with Dementia in Skilled Nursing Facilities: Factors Affecting Physical and Chemical Restraint Use. Paper presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Conference, San Francisco, California, March, 1998.

Lehrman, S.; Gentry, D.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1995).  Predictors of California Nursing Facilities' Acceptance of Persons with AIDS. Paper presented at the Association of Health Services Research Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June, 1995.

Lehrman, S; Fogarty, T.E.; & Gentry, D.  (1995).  Nursing Facilities That Provide AIDS Care: Nine Case Studies.  Paper presented at the Association of Health Services Research Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June, 1995.

Fogarty, T.E.; Gentry, D.; & Lehrman, S.  (1994).  Issues In Caring For Persons With AIDS: A Survey Of Nursing Homes In High Incidence Areas of the U.S.  Poster presented at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1994.

Fogarty, T.E. & Piccagli, G.  (1994).  Pressure Ulcers in a Nursing Home: An Example of Statistical Quality Control (SQC) Outside the Acute Care Setting.  Paper presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., October, 1994.

Gentry, D.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Lehrman, S.  (1993).  Long-Term Care For Persons With AIDS: A Survey Of Nursing Homes In High Incidence Areas Of The U.S.  Poster presented at the International Annual Conference on AIDS, IVth STD World Congress, Berlin, Germany, June, 1993.

Fogarty, T.E.; Gentry, D.; & Lehrman, S.  (1993).  Caring For Persons With AIDS: Failure In The Long-Term Care Delivery System.  Paper presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October, 1993.

Lehrman, S.; Gentry, D.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1993).  AIDS And Long-Term Care: Results From A Survey Of Nursing Homes In High Incidence Areas For HIV In The U.S. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October, 1993.

White, M.K.; Fogarty, T.E.; Schnelle, J.F.; & Newman, D.R.  (1989).  Statistical Quality Control in Nursing Homes: Monitoring and Evaluating Variation in Work Performance.  Paper presented at the American Nursing Association Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, December, 1989.

Fogarty, T.E. & Adams, J.F.  (1988).  Healthy or Physically Attractive?: Females View the Thinner Ideal Body Size.  Poster presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April, 1988.

Fogarty, T.E. & Adams, J.F.  (1987).  Sacrificing Health for Physical Attractiveness.  Poster presented at the Tennessee Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, November, 1987.

Duggan, R.R.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Adams, J.F.  (1987).  Perception of Ideal Body Size: Differences Between Males and Females.  Poster presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1987.

Wright, P.J.; Henggeler, S.W.; & Fogarty, T.E.  (1987).  Adjustment to Widowhood: An Integration and Comparison of Group Therapies for Widows Paper presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1987.

Duggan, R.R.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Adams, J.F.  (1987).  Personality Indicators as Predictors of Sales Success.  Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association                Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April, 1987.

UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY PRESENTATIONS/WORKSHOPS

Fogarty, T.E. (2006).  Plain Talk About Part D (presentation).  Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program and the San Francisco Region Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Hayward, CA, November 17, 2006.

Fogarty, T.E. (2005).  Understanding Medicare: Eligibility, Benefits, and Costs (presentation). Women’s Cancer Resource Center, Oakland, CA, September 1, 2005.

Fogarty, T.E. (2005).  The U.S. Public Health System: Organization and Financing (presentation).  Chinese Public Management Trainees, Certificate Program in Public Management Training, California State University, East Bay, March, 2005.

Fogarty, T.E. (2004).  The Choices and Costs for Long Term Care (presentation).  2nd Annual Healthy Aging Panel, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, May, 2004.

Fogarty, T.E. (2004).  Overview of the Healthcare System in America (presentation).  Ulyanovsk, Russia Public Health Officials, Community Connections Program, California State University, East Bay, April, 2004.

Fogarty, T.E. (2004).  Funding and Financing for Healthcare Programs in America (presentation).  Ulyanovsk, Russia Public Health Officials, Community Connections Program, California State University, East Bay, April, 2004.

Fogarty, T.E.; Fulkerth, R.; Jackson, P.M. & Carter, J. (1999). Building Alliances (presentation).  Annual Faculty Retreat, Golden Gate University, August, 1999.

Fogarty, T.E. (1999). Experiences with the New CyberCourse Delivery System (presentation).  CyberCampus Faculty Orientation and Training, Golden Gate University, July, 1999

Fogarty, T.E. (1999). Experiences with Teaching and Designing Cyber and Intensive Courses (presentation).  Accelerated Degree Intensives: Introductory Meeting, Golden Gate University, May, 1999.

Fogarty, T.E. & Jackson, P.A. (1999).  CyberPedagogy and CyberCampus (faculty focus group).  CyberCampus, Golden Gate University, March, 1999.

Jackson, P.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; Stevenson, W.; & Daugherty, M (1999).  CyberPedagogy

Faculty Development (workshop).  CyberCampus, Golden Gate University, February, 1999.

Jackson, P.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Stevenson, W. (1999).  CyberPedagogy Adjunct Faculty Development (workshop).  CyberCampus, Golden Gate University, February, 1999.

Fogarty, T.E.  (1999).  Issues in Aging Series (workshop).  Information and Referral Services, Inc., Los Altos, California, January and February, 1999.

Fogarty, T.E.  (1997).  The Social Security Crisis - Myth or Reality? (presentation). Bethany United Methodist Church, San Francisco, California, June, 1997.

Fogarty, T.E. & Hogin, D.  (1995).  Your Money or Your Life: Achieving Financial Independence (workshop).  Bethany United Methodist Church, San Francisco, California, October/November, 1995.

Fogarty, T.E.  (1994).  Variation in Caregiving Activities Between Special Care Units for Alzheimer's Disease and Non-Special Care Units (presentation).  Oak Park Convalescent Hospital, Pleasant Hill, California, September, 1994.

Fogarty, T.E. & Bibeau, C.  (1993).  The National Institute On Aging (NIA) Special Care Unit Research Initiative (presentation).  Salem Lutheran Home, Oakland, California, June, 1993.

Lindeman, D.A.; Fogarty, T.E.; & Morin, L.  (1992).  Current Research in Alzheimer's Disease: Special Care Units (presentation).  Rossmoor Manor Convalescent Hospital, Walnut Creek, California, November, 1992.

Grant Awards

FUNDED PROJECTS AND GRANTS

2010 - Present    Principal Investigator, Master of Science in Health Care Administration Project. Project funded by the California State University Commission on the Extended University to develop a fully online and self-support MS-HCA degree program.  One of 7 projects approved for funding out of a total of 24 submitted projects. 

2002 – 2004 Co-Investigator, Business Continuity Planning Project. Pilot study with the Nonprofit Risk Management Center, funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to develop an online training course, in-person workshop, and workbook for business continuity planning, geared to nonprofit organizations.

1999 – 2000 Co-Investigator, CyberPedagogical Manual and Workshop. Project grant funded by the Faculty Research Fund, Golden Gate University, to develop a manual and workshops to assist CyberCampus faculty in utilizing the features of the CyberCampus design, and to enhance quality in the delivery of on-line courses.

1998 - 1999 Principal Investigator, Diversity Awareness, Community Organization, and Strategic Planning Development. Project grant funded by the University-wide Diversity Grant Program, San Jose State University, to create diversity training sessions to develop diversity awareness, community organization, and strategic planning within the Department of Health Science.

1998 - 1999 Principal Investigator, Labor Market Analysis for Healthcare Administration and Management in the Bay Area. Project grant funded by the Faculty Mentor Program, San Jose State University, for community-based research on the demand for undergraduate and graduate students in the field of healthcare administration.

1998 – 2001 Consultant, Consumer Satisfaction Measurement Tool for the Frail Elderly. Project grant with the National PACE Association, funded by the California HealthCare and Archstone Foundations, to produce a satisfaction measurement tool for use with very frail and/or cognitively-impaired clients.

1997 – 1998 Principal Investigator, Evaluating Restraint Use for Residents with Dementia in Skilled Nursing Facilities: Factors Affecting Physical and Chemical Restraint Use. Project grant from the Faculty Development Program, San Jose State University, to prepare papers and presentations for professional conferences, based on dissertation research material.

1993 – 1995 Principal Investigator, Evaluating Person-Environment Fit in Skilled Nursing Facilities: Factors Affecting Physical and Chemical Restraint Use. Doctoral research grant funded by the Northern California Alzheimer’s Disease Center and the National Institute on Aging (NIA).

HONORS AND AWARDS

2007 Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofits: A Guide to Building Competitive Advantage (2005)

Awarded designation of “Worthy of Note” by the Alliance for Nonprofit Management as part of the 2007 Terry McAdam Book Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of nonprofit management.

1994 Issues In Caring For Persons With AIDS: A Survey Of Nursing Homes Awarded Best Poster Submitted to the Social Research, Policy, and Practice Section, Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November.

1994 Advanced to Ph.D. Candidacy with Distinction Doctoral Comprehensive Examinations, University of California, Berkeley.

1991 – 1993 Pre-Doctoral Training Fellowship. Research Training Program on the Economics of Aging, and Health Services, National Institute on Aging, University of California, Berkeley

1990 – 1991 Public Health Traineeship School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley

Service

California State University, East Bay

2010 – Present Department Chair, Public Affairs and Administration; Department Representative, California Faculty Association (CFA)

2010 – 2011 Member, Faculty Affairs Committee; Member, HDEV/WOST Retention, Tenure and Promotion (RTP) Committee; Member, Academic Senate

2008 – 2009 Chair, Online/Hybrid Policy Implementation Special Subcommittee (of the Faculty Affairs Committee); Member, Advisory Committee to the Online Campus

2007 – 2009 Member, Faculty Affairs Committee; Secretary, Faculty Affairs Committee

2007 – 2008 Chair, Outstanding Professor Selection Subcommittee (of the Faculty Affairs Committee); Mentor, Interdepartmental Faculty Mentoring Program

2006 – 2009 Co-Chair, Department Promotion, Tenure, and Review (PTR) Committee

2005 – 2007 Member, Committee for the Dean’s Fund in Support of Academic Programming

2005 – 2006 Member, Subcommittee on Technology and Instruction (of the Committee on Instruction and Curriculum)

2004 – Present Member, Basic Skills Requirements Appeals Subcommittee (of the Committee on Instruction and Curriculum); CSUEB Representative, Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research

2003 – Present Member, MPA/MS-HCA Banquet Planning Committee; Member, University Commencement Representatives; MS-HCA Graduate Program Coordinator; Major Advisor, MPA HCA Option Area Program

2003 – 2009 Chair, MS-HCA Faculty Search Committee; Member, MPA Faculty Search Committee; Chair, MS-HCA Assessment Committee; Chair, MS-HCA Admissions Committee; Chair, MS-HCA Curriculum Committee;   Member, MPA Admissions Committee     

University of San Francisco

2002 – 2003 Member, Technology Forum

1994 – 1996 Member, College of Professional Studies Assessment Committee; Member, Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee; Member, College Council

Golden Gate University

2000 – 2002 Senator, Faculty Senate; Member, Faculty Senate Executive Committee; Co-Chair, Academic Faculty Technology Development Team; Member, Integrated Technology Council

2000 – 2001 Member, WASC Institutional Review Committee; Member, WASC On-line Institutional Review Committee; Member, E-Learning Platform Evaluation Committee; Member, Faculty Personnel Committee; Member, CyberDean Search Committee

1999 – 2001 Member, WASC BPA and MHA On-line Review Committee; Member, Faculty Affairs Committee

1998 – 2002 Chair, Sub-Committee on Faculty Research Award; Member, University Commencement Representatives

1998 – 2000 Member, College Curriculum Committee

1998 – 1999 Member, Committee on Faculty Development; Chair, International Relations Program Review Committee

San Jose State University

1997 – 1998 Chair, Healthcare Administration Program Student Orientation Committee; Member, Academic Senate's Student Honors Committee; Member, Faculty Mentor Program

1996 – 1998 Chair, Healthcare Administration Program Advisory Committee; Member, College Curriculum Committee;   Member, Department Curriculum Subcommittee; Member, Department Graduate Student Research Committee; Member, MPH Council of Education Accreditation Committee; Member, MPH Orientation Committee; Member, University Commencement Representatives

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