Dr. Dayton is the first Medical Design and Innovation Fellow with Stanford's Department of Emergency Medicine. In addition to practicing medicine, he advises health-tech startups, co-founded Utah's Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, and served in both local and national leadership positions with the American College of Emergency Physicians.
He co-leads the Stanford Emergency Medicine Partnership Program (STEPP), is involved with various Digital Health efforts and programs, and is involved with producing the annual Stanford Emergency Medicine Innovation Symposium (StEMIX).
- Emergency Medicine
- Medical Innovation
- Digital Health
- Healthcare Entrepreneurship
Clinical Instructor, Emergency Medicine
Board Certification: American Board of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine (2011)
Residency: State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine (2009) NY
Internship: State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine (2007) NY
Medical Education: George Washington University Office of the Registrar (2006) DC
Calculated decisions: Drug resistance in pneumonia (DRIP) score.
Emergency medicine practice
2021; 23 (Suppl 2): CD4-CD5
A review of the uses and evidence for the DRIP score, which predicts risk for community-acquired pneumonia due to drug-resistant pathogens.
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- Operational metrics, patient demographics, acuity, and treatment times at privately owned freestanding emergency departments AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE 2020; 38 (11): 2465-2467
- Acuity, treatment times, and patient experience in Freestanding Emergency Departments affiliated with academic institutions AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE 2018; 36 (1): 139-141
- A Case Report of Non-beverage Alcohol Abuse by Cooking Extract JOURNAL OF CHILD & ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE 2016; 25 (4): 277-279