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Daniel Herchline, MD, MSEd

  • Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics



I chose to specialize in pediatric hospital medicine to care for a wide breadth of patient populations and disease processes. Hospital medicine offers many opportunities outside of the clinical realm, including medical education, clinical research, quality improvement and advocacy. I am also certified in pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics (2018).

My research interests are graduate medical education and interprofessional education. My work focuses on ways to improve physician training. I aim to enhance the education of future generations of both pediatricians and other healthcare providers. I’m also working to improve collaboration and communication in interprofessional care settings among healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes.

MD: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH, 2014.

Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2017.

Chief Residency: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2018.

Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2021.

Certification: Pediatrics, 2018.

Certification: New Pediatric Hospital Medicine, 2022.


Pediatric hospital medicine

Services and Specialties

Hospital Medicine


Medical education

Research Areas

Hospital Medicine

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Opportunities for Diagnostic Improvement Among Pediatric Hospital Readmissions. Congdon, M; Rauch, B; Carroll, B; Costello, A; Chua, WD; Fairchild, V; Fatemi, Y; Greenfield, ME; Herchline, D; Howard, A; et al. Hospital Pediatrics. 2023; 13:563-571.

Into the Unknown: Characterizing Fellow Uncertainty During the Transition to Unsupervised Practice. Herchline, D; Cohen, ME; Ambrose, M; Hwang, J; Kaminstein, D; Kilberg, M; Rosenblatt, S; Ziemba, J; Boyer, D. Journal of graduate medical education. 2023; 15:201-208.

Characteristics of Emergency Room and Hospital Encounters Resulting From Consumer Home Monitors. Craig, S; Rasooly, IR; Kern-Goldberger, AS; Luo, B; Mai, MV; Beus, JM; Faulkenberry, JG; Brent, C; Herchline, D; Muthu, N; et al. Hospital Pediatrics. 2022; 12:e239-e244.

A Quality Improvement Initiative to Improve Patient Safety Event Reporting by Residents. Herchline, D; Rojas, C; Shah, AA; Fairchild, V; Mehta, S; Hart, J. Pediatric Quality and Safety. 2022; 7:e519.

Is That Normal? A Case of Diagnostic Error Due to Misinterpretation of Laboratory Findings. Herchline, D; Rasooly, IR; Bonafide, C. Hospital Pediatrics. 2021; 11:e78-e81.

5. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING: ENGAGING HOUSESTAFF IN PATIENT SAFETY AND EVENT REPORTING. Hart, JK; Shah, A; Herchline, D; Rojas, C; Fairchild, V. Academic Pediatrics. 2020; 20:e2-e3.

102. HACKING OUR WAY TO IMPROVEMENT: LEVERAGING THE HEALTHCARE HACKATHON TO ENGAGE HOUSESTAFF IN QI. Luo, B; Mai, M; Shah, A; Herchline, D; Rojas, C; Hart, J; Mehta, S. Academic Pediatrics. 2020; 20:e48-e49.

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