Dr. Clark completed his undergraduate studies at North Dakota State University and obtained his doctor of pharmacy in 2002. He went on to complete his pharmacy practice residency at Merit Care Health System in Fargo, ND in 2003. Since joining the clinical pharmacy team at Kaiser Permanente Colorado in 2003, his major focus has been ambulatory anticoagulation management and research. Peer-reviewed publications and scholarly activities have been focused on practical issues encountered in day-to-day anticoagulation management. Some of these topics include: antibiotic interactions with warfarin, anticoagulation in pregnancy, perioperative anticoagulation management, and warfarin management after bleeding complications. Dr. Clark has authored or co-authored publications in Annals of Internal Medicine, JAMA Internal Medicine, Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis, and Blood.
Dr. Clark manages one of the largest centralized anticoagulation services in North American. The Clinical Pharmacy Anticoagulation and Anemia Service at Kaiser Permanente Colorado is made up of a team of 20 clinical pharmacists, 3 pharmacy, and 2 pharmacy supervisors who provide expert care to more than 9,000 Kaiser Permanente members in Colorado. Dr. Clark is board certified in pharmacotherapy and a fellow in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. He is also a clinical instructor with the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.