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Daniel Johnson

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InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentPediatrics-General Pediatrics
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    Dr. Johnson's career has focused on improving access to quality healthcare for underserved populations using an asset based approach that leverages existing resources to strengthen community services. As part of that effort he developed ECHO-Chicago, primarily an urban focused telehealth program for capacity building at the community level using high grade videoconferencing technology to build a virtual conference room to deliver case based learning to primary care providers in the diagnose and management of common chronic complex health conditions.

    Dr. Johnson completed his training in 1986 and is boarded in Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Disease. His clinical care focuses on inpatient and outpatient infectious diseases. He is Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Chicago Medicine, in the Department of Pediatrics where he serves as Vice Chair for Clinical Services, Section Chief of Academic Pediatrics and Interim Section Chief for Pediatric Infectious Diseases. He practices at Comer Children’s Hospital, Edward Hospital, and Mount Sinai Hospital. At University of Chicago Medicine since 2007, his focus includes developing and improving community-based pediatric general and specialty services in underserved communities. From 1999-2007 Dr. Johnson served as Chair of Pediatrics for Chicago’s Mount Sinai Health System. Throughout his career he has enjoyed teaching medical students and residents. He currently serves on the board of Children’s Home & Aid and is the board treasurer for the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatric. Dr. Johnson is a native Chicagoan.


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    University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IlliniosBS06/1978Mechanical Engineering
    George Washington University, Washington DCMD06/1982Medicine
    Children's Hospital Oakland, Oakland, CAResidency06/1985Pediatrics
    Children's Hospital Oakland, Oakland, CAFellowship06/1986Pediatric Infectious Diseases
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    1982 - NAAllie S. Freed Award in Preventive Medicine, George Washington University, Washington, DC
    1988 - NATeaching Award, University of Chicago Pediatric Residency , University of Chicago Medicine
    1989 - NALeadership Award , Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL
    1993 - NATop Pediatrician Award, (Pediatric Infectious Diseases), Chicago Magazine
    1997 - NATop Pediatrician Award, (Pediatric Infectious Diseases) , Chicago Magazine
    2001 - NATop Doctors: Chicago Metro Area, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Castle Connolly’s Guide
    2005 - NATop Doctors: Chicago Metro Area, Pediatric Infectious Diseases , Castle Connolly’s Guide
    2006 - NATeaching and Leadership Award, Department of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Hospital/Sinai Children’s Hospital, Chicago, Illinois
    2009 - NASpecial Achievement Award, American Academy of Pediatrics
    2010 - NATop Pediatrician Award, (Pediatric Infectious Diseases) , Chicago Magazine
    2011 - NAAppreciation Award, 2011 Collaborative Partner Team Award, Friend Family Health Center
    2013 - NATop Doctors: Chicago Metro Area, Pediatric Infectious Diseases , Castle Connolly’s Guide
    2013 - NASenior Distinguished Faculty Award for Advocacy and Community Service, University of Chicago Medicine
    2015 - NAHealth Visionary Award, Erie Family Health Center
    2016 - 2018Top Doctors: Chicago Metro Area, Pediatric Infectious Diseases , Castle Connolly’s Guide

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    1. Jafari P, Kostas T, Levine S, Martinchek M, Johnson D, Graupner J, Thompson K. ECHO-Chicago Geriatrics: using telementoring to "geriatricize" the primary care workforce. Gerontol Geriatr Educ. 2019 Feb 01; 1-9. PMID: 30706769.
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    2. Lindau ST, Makelarski J, Abramsohn E, Beiser DG, Escamilla V, Jerome J, Johnson D, Kho AN, Lee KK, Long T, Miller DC. CommunityRx: A Population Health Improvement Innovation That Connects Clinics To Communities. Health Aff (Millwood). 2016 11 01; 35(11):2020-2029. PMID: 27834242.
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    3. Midgley CM, Watson JT, Nix WA, Curns AT, Rogers SL, Brown BA, Conover C, Dominguez SR, Feikin DR, Gray S, Hassan F, Hoferka S, Jackson MA, Johnson D, Leshem E, Miller L, Nichols JB, Nyquist AC, Obringer E, Patel A, Patel M, Rha B, Schneider E, Schuster JE, Selvarangan R, Seward JF, Turabelidze G, Oberste MS, Pallansch MA, Gerber SI. Severe respiratory illness associated with a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 in the USA (2014): a descriptive epidemiological investigation. Lancet Respir Med. 2015 Nov; 3(11):879-87. PMID: 26482320.
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    4. Tothy AS, Staley S, Dean EK, Johnson S, Johnson D. Pediatric left-without-being-seen patients: what happens to them after they leave the pediatric emergency department? Pediatr Emerg Care. 2013 Nov; 29(11):1194-6. PMID: 24168881.
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    5. Makelarski JA, Lindau ST, Fabbre VD, Grogan CM, Sadhu EM, Silverstein JC, Tran TT, Van Haitsma M, Whitaker E, Johnson D. Are your asset data as good as you think? Conducting a comprehensive census of built assets to improve urban population health. J Urban Health. 2013 Aug; 90(4):586-601. PMID: 22983720.
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    6. Caskey RN, Macario E, Johnson DC, Hamlish T, Alexander KA. A School-Located Vaccination Adolescent Pilot Initiative in Chicago: Lessons Learned. J Pediatric Infect Dis Soc. 2013 Sep; 2(3):198-204. PMID: 24009983.
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    7. Socolovsky C, Masi C, Hamlish T, Aduana G, Arora S, Bakris G, Johnson D. Evaluating the role of key learning theories in ECHO: a telehealth educational program for primary care providers. Prog Community Health Partnersh. 2013; 7(4):361-8. PMID: 24375176.
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    8. Lindau ST, James R, Makelarski JA, Sanders E, Johnson D. Comments From the South Side of Chicago on New Haven's Inspiring Initiative. Am J Public Health. 2012 Jul; 102(7):e3-4; author reply e4-5. PMID: 22594737.
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    9. Masi C, Hamlish T, Davis A, Bordenave K, Brown S, Perea B, Aduana G, Wolfe M, Bakris G, Johnson D. Using an established telehealth model to train urban primary care providers on hypertension management. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2012 Jan; 14(1):45-50. PMID: 22235823.
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    10. Lindau ST, Makelarski JA, Chin MH, Desautels S, Johnson D, Johnson WE, Miller D, Peters S, Robinson C, Schneider J, Thicklin F, Watson NP, Wolfe M, Whitaker E. Building community-engaged health research and discovery infrastructure on the South Side of Chicago: science in service to community priorities. Prev Med. 2011 Mar-Apr; 52(3-4):200-7. PMID: 21236295.
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    11. Karnick P, Margellos-Anast H, Seals G, Whitman S, Aljadeff G, Johnson D. The pediatric asthma intervention: a comprehensive cost-effective approach to asthma management in a disadvantaged inner-city community. J Asthma. 2007 Jan-Feb; 44(1):39-44. PMID: 17365203.
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    12. McFarland EJ, Johnson DC, Muresan P, Fenton T, Tomaras GD, McNamara J, Read JS, Douglas SD, Deville J, Gurwith M, Gurunathan S, Lambert JS. HIV-1 vaccine induced immune responses in newborns of HIV-1 infected mothers. AIDS. 2006 Jul 13; 20(11):1481-9. PMID: 16847402.
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    13. Johnson DC, McFarland EJ, Muresan P, Fenton T, McNamara J, Read JS, Hawkins E, Bouquin PL, Estep SG, Tomaras GD, Vincent CA, Rathore M, Melvin AJ, Gurunathan S, Lambert J. Safety and immunogenicity of an HIV-1 recombinant canarypox vaccine in newborns and infants of HIV-1-infected women. J Infect Dis. 2005 Dec 15; 192(12):2129-33. PMID: 16288378.
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    14. Berkelhamer S, Borock E, Elsen C, Englund J, Johnson D. Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy on the serological response to additional measles vaccinations in human immunodeficiency virus-infected children. Clin Infect Dis. 2001 Apr 01; 32(7):1090-4. PMID: 11264038.
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    15. Mirochnick M, Cooper E, McIntosh K, Xu J, Lindsey J, Jacobus D, Mofenson L, Sullivan JL, Dankner W, Frenkel LM, Nachman S, Wara DW, Johnson D, Bonagura VR, Rathore MH, Cunningham CK, McNamara J. Pharmacokinetics of dapsone administered daily and weekly in human immunodeficiency virus-infected children. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 1999 Nov; 43(11):2586-91. PMID: 10543733.
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    16. Johnson D, Waddell RD, Pelton SI, Jaeger AS, Modlin JF, Yogev R, Morin P, Arbeit RD, von Reyn CF. Randomised trial of intradermal Mycobacterium vaccae or intradermal hepatitis B immunisation in children with HIV infection. Vaccine. 1999 Jun 04; 17(20-21):2583-7. PMID: 10418906.
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