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Jeffrey B. Anderson, MD, MPH, MBA


  • Pediatric Cardiologist, Heart Institute
  • Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

About

Biography

I am a pediatric cardiologist who practices general pediatric cardiology. I also perform noninvasive electrophysiology, which includes tests such as electrocardiograms, treadmill exercise tests and event monitors.

I was inspired to pursue my career by my mother, who is a nurse practitioner. I love taking care of children and working with parents.

I helped establish the Syncope Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute and serve as its current director. I also helped develop the Safety, Quality, Value program within the Heart Institute, which plays a supporting role in furthering the Heart Institute’s leadership in clinical outcomes, experience, and value for patients and families.

In my research, I am studying ways to increase high-value care for pediatric patients, quality improvement and population health. My master’s degree in public health led me to this research area.

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Publications

Registry-based trials: a potential model for cost savings?. Anderson, BR; Gotlieb, EG; Hill, K; McHugh, KE; Scheurer, MA; Mery, CM; Pelletier, GJ; Kaltman, JR; White, OJ; Trachtenberg, FL; et al. Cardiology in the Young. 2020; 30:807-817.

Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitor Prescription for Patients With Single Ventricle Physiology Enrolled in the NPC-QIC Registry. Hansen, JE; Brown, DW; Hanke, SP; Bates, KE; Tweddell, JS; Hill, G; Anderson, JB. Journal of the American Heart Association : Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease. 2020; 9.

Resource utilisation in paediatric patients with secundum atrial septal defects. Ziebell, DS; Ghaleb, S; Anderson, J; Statile, CJ. Cardiology in the Young. 2020; 30:383-5.

Wearable cardioverter-defibrillators in pediatric cardiomyopathy: A cost-utility analysis. Evers, PD; Anderson, JB; Ryan, TD; Czosek, RJ; Knilans, TK; Spar, DS. Heart Rhythm. 2020; 17:287-293.

Enhancing efficiency and scientific impact of a clinical trials network: The Pediatric Heart Network Integrated CARdiac Data and Outcomes (iCARD) Collaborative. Pasquali, SK; Kaltman, JR; Gaynor, JW; McCrindle, BW; Newburger, JW; Anderson, BR; Scheurer, MA; Pinto, NM; Anderson, JB; Oster, ME; et al. Cardiology in the Young. 2019; 29:1121-1126.

Quality Improvement in Congenital Cardiac Disease. Anderson, J; Verghese, G; Lihn, S; Tweddell, JS; Bates, KE; Rebolledo, M; Lannon, C. In: Wernovsky G; Anderson RH; Krishna K; Mussato KA; Redington A; Tweddell JS; Tretter J, Ed. Anderson's Pediatric Cardiology. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; 2019.

Can noninvasive testing identify benign patterns of suggested pre-excitation on electrocardiogram?. Robinson, JA; Anderson, JB; Knilans, TK; Spar, DS; Czosek, RJ. Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology. 2019; 42:904-909.

Development of a System to Measure and Improve Outcomes in Congenital Heart Disease: Heart Institute Safety, Quality, and Value Program. Clarke-Myers, K; Cooper, DS; Hanke, SP; Storey, J; McDonald, M; Kimball, TR; Anderson, JB. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2019; 45:495-501.

Prenatal heart block screening in mothers with SSA/SSB autoantibodies: Targeted screening protocol is a cost-effective strategy. Evers, PD; Alsaied, T; Anderson, JB; Cnota, JF; Divanovic, AA. Congenital Heart Disease. 2019; 14:221-229.

Cardiac Networks United: an integrated paediatric and congenital cardiovascular research and improvement network. Gaies, M; Anderson, J; Kipps, A; Lorts, A; Madsen, N; Marino, B; Costello, JM; Brown, D; Jacobs, JP; Kasnic, D; et al. Cardiology in the Young. 2019; 29:111-118.

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