Brock Daniels, M.P.H., M.D.

Advisory Board Member, Medical Reviewer

Emergency Medicine
Education: MPH, Boston University
Expertise: Emergency Medicine, Health Technology
Brock Daniels, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Population Health Sciences at Weill Cornell Medicine. He earned an MPH from Boston University and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Yale University School of Medicine. As a fellow at the University of California Davis Center for Healthcare Policy Research, he entered the AHRQ-funded Quality, Safety and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training (QSCERT) Program, earning a Master of Advanced Studies in clinical research and health informatics.
As a researcher, Dr. Daniels focuses on implementation science and population-based quality improvement projects to deliver more timely and effective care, particularly through technology such as telemedicine, mobile applications and machine learning.
Dr. Daniels is also the Chief Medical Officer at ivee, where he oversees delivering, rigorously assessing, and innovating complete home integrative care with an insistence on wellness.
“Every day as an emergency medicine physician, I see the shortcomings of the primary care delivery model and the end result of people who have little or no access to regular care. Because of this, I’m laser-focused on building new models to deliver whole-person, comprehensive care to patients where they are at.”

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