I am a pediatrician who specializes in caring for children in the hospital. As a hospitalist, I strive to provide safe, high-quality care to hospitalized patients. In my clinical informatics role, I leverage medical technology to help deliver the best possible outcomes for patients across the medical center.
Medicine was a natural choice for me as it combines my passion for science with my desire, as an extrovert, to work with people every day. I love working directly with patients and families but am most excited when the work that I am doing is contributing to the health and well-being of many people. Working with children allows me to contribute to a lifetime of health for my young patients. Clinical informatics enables me to improve the health of entire populations of children.
I believe we should do everything possible to provide the best care to every child and family who walks through our doors. As a father, I know I would want this for my daughters. That's why I specialize in the use of medical technology to optimize and standardize care processes for hospitalized children.
Providers can take a long time to incorporate new evidence and recommendations into practice. Through my research in clinical informatics and high-value care, I use tools and techniques to optimize and implement medical technologies like the electronic health record, clinical decision support tools and artificial intelligence to improve the care of children.
In my free time, I love to explore Cincinnati's parks and outdoor spaces and visit the Cincinnati Zoo with my wife and two daughters. As a former improv comedian, I see as many performances, plays, musicals and concerts as possible.
MPH: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2014.
MD: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2015.
Residency: Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2018.
Fellowships: Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Clinical Informatics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2023.
Clinical decision support; clinical informatics; quality improvement; high value care; antimicrobial stewardship
The Autonomy Toolbox: A Multicenter Collaborative to Promote Resident Autonomy. Hospital Pediatrics. 2023; 13:e2022006827.
Variation in stool testing for children with acute gastrointestinal infections. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2023; 18:473-482.
Making tools that work for us: Improving clinical decision support. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2023; 18:558-559.
Identifying and Validating Pediatric Hospitalizations for MIS-C Through Administrative Data. Pediatrics. 2023; 151:e2022059872.
Variation in bacterial pneumonia diagnoses and outcomes among children hospitalized with lower respiratory tract infections. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2022; 17:872-879.
Why Does Current Clinical Decision Support Frequently Fail to Support Clinical Decisions?. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2022; 23:670-672.
Establishment of achievable benchmarks of care in the neurodiagnostic evaluation of simple febrile seizures. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2022; 17:327-341.
A complicated decision: Empiric antibiotics in children with complicated pneumonia. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2022; 17:73-74.
Short-term outcomes in children following emergency department visits for minor injuries sustained at home. Injury Epidemiology. 2021; 8:16.
Goal-Concordant Care After Hospitalization for Serious Acute Illness: A Key Opportunity for Hospitalists in Patient-Centered Outcomes. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2021; 16:703.