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Daniel Jacoby, MD, BA

Associate Professor Term; Director Population Health Program, Internal Medicine; Director, Cardiomyopathy Program, Internal Medicine; Director, Comprehensive Heart Failure Program, Internal Medicine

Contact Information

Daniel Jacoby, MD, BA

Patient Care Locations

Mailing Address

  • Cardiovascular Medicine

    PO Box 208017, 333 Cedar Street

    New Haven, CT, 06520-8056

    United States

Appointments

Biography

Dr. Daniel Jacoby specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure and cardiomyopathy.

Dr. Jacoby directs the Comprehensive Heart Failure Program. This program provides care for any and all patients at all stages of heart failure, from first diagnosis, to advanced disease requiring mechanical assist or transplant.

Dr. Jacoby is the Founder and Director of the premier Cardiomypathy Program in the region, dedicated to serving the needs of patients, and families, living with the diagnosis of cardiomyopathy. Expert diagnosis and treatment of hypertrophic, dilated, arrhythmogenic and restrictive cardiomyopathies, as well as evaluation for causes of sudden cardiac death, are available through the Cardiomyopathy Program.

Dr. Jacoby has contributed widely to the literature of both heart failure and cardiomyopathy. His current bibliography can be accessed at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/1jcenq7Px5rkr/bibliography/43500476/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending

Education & Training

  • MD
    Yale School of Medicine (2000)
  • BA
    Yale College, Judaic Studies (1993)
  • Fellow
    Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
  • Chief Fellow
    Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
  • Chief Resident
    The Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Resident
    Mount Sinai Hospital
  • Board Certification
    Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology (2007)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Teacher of the YearYale New Haven Hospitalist Program2008
Humanism in MedicineAlpha Omega Alpha2004

Professional Service

OrganizationRoleDate
Heart Failure Readmissions CommitteeCo-Chair2020 - Present
Clinical Operations Committee - Section of Cardiovascular DiseasesRepresent the Comprehensive Heart Failure Program contributing to Cardiovascular Disease Section initiatives and clinical operations planning. Participate in Section vision and mission discussions particularly regarding clinical operations and contribute meaningful, actionable plans and perspectives to support and grow the Section of Cardiovascular Diseases on behalf of the faculty, staff, and patients we serve.2018 - Present
Pediatric Cardiology Chief Search CommitteeReviewed candidate options. Interviewed candidates. Provided feedback and participated in debate and discussion in the selection of the Pediatric Cardiology Chief position.2017 - 2019
Data Safety and Monitoring Board, NIH, Yale School of MedicineMechanism and Effects of Manipulating Chloride Homeostasis in Acute Heart Failure2017 - 2019
Cardiothoracic Surgery Chief Search CommitteeReviewed candidate options. Interviewed candidates. Provided feedback and participated in debate and discussion in the selection of the Cardiothoracic Surgery Chief position.2017
Heart Failure Society of AmericaHFSA National Meeting Planning Committee Member Reviewed session proposals. Consolidated and organized session proposals. Interacted with speakers and session organizers to plan conference.2016 - 2018
American College of CardiologyAbstract Reviewer for ACC 20162016 - 2017
Data Safety and Monitoring Board, NIH, Yale School of MedicineMECHANISM AND EFFECTS OF MANIPULATING CHLORIDE HOMEOSTASIS IN HEART FAILURE2015 - 2019
Dean's Faculty Advisory CommitteeRepresentative for Dept of Medicine, Section of CV Diseases. Participated in bi-weekly meetings with the Dean's office. Contributed to development of Standard Operating Procedures for the Committee. Participated in debate and process related to diversity, inclusion, fair pay, and promotion tracks.2015 - 2017
Quality Assurance and Process Improvement Committee Co-ChairReview regulatory and quality metrics. Guide program through regulatory visits. Identify and improve on existing program structure for growth, quality, and efficiency. Solicit input from faculty and staff regarding program function. Establish metrics for dashboard population and review. Supervise development of internal metrics dashboard. Report out to Yale New Haven Transplant Center Quality Assessment and Process Improvement meeting.2014 - Present
Advanced Heart Failure Recipient Review Committee Co-ChairOrganize structure and process around recipient review for advanced heart failure therapies (left ventricular assist devices and heart transplant). Arbitrate and act as final decision maker with Co-Chair (Surgical Director of Advanced Heart Failure) regarding transplant listing and device implant decisions for patients brought up for consideration. Supervise nursing and coordinator staff in recipient evaluation. Review any and all issues that arise in the course of the week regarding transplant listed patients. Establish and maintain heart transplant and LVAD protocols and pathways.2014 - Present
Pediatric Cardiology Chief Search CommitteeReviewed candidate options. Interviewed candidates. Provided feedback and participated in debate and discussion in the selection of the Pediatric Cardiology Chief position.2011 - Present
Section of Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Training ProgramParticipate in candidate interview and selection process2010 - Present

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