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Dr. Brock Daniels Appointed to WCM Quality Improvement Academy Leadership Team

Please join me in congratulating Dr. Brock Daniels on his appointment as a Quality Improvement Advisor for the Weill Cornell Medicine Quality Improvement Academy (QIA). QIA aims to achieve a higher standard of quality improvement, patient safety knowledge and expertise within WCM by helping faculty members to become effective leaders in clinical excellence through healthcare systems improvement. Dr. Daniels will join the QIA leadership team, comprised of faculty from the Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics who are nationally recognized leaders in Quality Improvement.

As a Quality Improvement Advisor (IA), Dr. Daniels will mentor Improvement Fellows. The fellows are selected annually to participate in QIA from departments across WCM with the goal of building a foundation of advanced knowledge and skills in implementation science and team management. IAs use their expertise to ensure their fellows successfully take their Quality Improvement (QI) projects from conception to publication. Dr. Daniels is a graduate of the 2018 QIA class and was nominated as a fellow for the WCM Department of Population Health Sciences Healthcare Leadership training program. His research and QI work focuses on the targeted use of telemedicine to increase the quality of and access to acute care for high-cost, high-need patient populations with chronic conditions.

Dr. Daniels received his medical degree from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He then did his postdoctoral fellowship training at the University of California, Davis Center for Population Health Sciences. He holds a master’s degree from Boston University School of Public Health with concentrations in Epidemiology and Health Law & Bioethics, and a master’s degree in Advanced Studies in Clinical Research and Health Informatics from the UC Davis School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Science Center. In 2017, Dr. Daniels joined the WCM Department of Emergency Medicine as an Assistant Professor and Director of the Community Tele-Paramedicine Program, which he helped to develop.

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