Tara Cosgrove, MD is the current senior Quality and Safety Leadership Fellow at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in Food Science and Human Nutrition and medical degree from the Florida State University College of Medicine. Dr. Cosgrove completed her categorical pediatric residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and served as a chief resident for the program following graduation. Dr. Cosgrove has completed a fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and continues to care for patients in The Heart Center at Nationwide Children’s as part of her ongoing clinical duties. She currently leads several division level process improvement projects and is particularly interested in improving outcomes for post-operative congenital heart disease patients as well as improving subspecialty access to care.
Veronica M. Mruk, MD is currently one of two junior Quality and Safety Leadership Fellows at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX, and her medical degree from Jagiellonian University Medical College School of Medicine in English in Krakow, Poland. Dr. Mruk completed her Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency at East Carolina University/Vidant Hospital in Greenville, NC. Dr. Mruk is currently in her third year of a combined four-year fellowship in Adult & Pediatric Rheumatology through the Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She is currently interested in the field of rheumatology for both children and adults with the goal of caring for patients with complex multi-system organ diseases that affect all ages. She also has a passion for healthcare leadership, quality improvement, and patient care with a particular interest in reproductive health and family planning within the subgroup of rheumatologic patients on potentially teratogenic medications.
Anja Zann, MD is currently one of two junior Quality and Safety Leadership Fellows at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She earned her undergraduate degree in History of Science and Medicine at Yale University and her medical degree from the University Of Nebraska College Of Medicine. Dr. Zann completed her Urology residency at the University of Florida, where her initial interest in patient quality and safety began. She then entered her 2-year Pediatric Urology Fellowship at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and continued to partake in various quality projects within the Urology Department. She decided to pursue a career that reflects both her passion for pediatric urologic surgery and improving quality of care and patient outcomes. Her specific interests involve maximizing the operational efficiency and safety in the operating room as well as the perioperative workflow.
Meghan D. Drayton Jackson, DO, MBOE, LSSBB, CPPSM
- Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology/Oncology
- Indiana University School of Medicine, Riley Hospital for Children
- Chair, Pediatric Center Cancer & Blood Disorders Quality Council, Riley Hospital for Children
- Division Representative, Medical Staff Quality & Safety Council, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health
- Committee Member, Quality Improvement Portfolio Committee, Riley Hospital for Children
- Founding Chair, Quality Improvement/Patient Safety Special Interest Group, American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
C. Briana Bertoni, MD, MBOE, LSSBB, CPPS
- Neonatology Attending, Children’s National; Washington, DC