Elissa M. Ozanne, PhD

Associate Professor of Health Policy and Clinical Practice, The Dartmouth Institute

Elissa Ozanne, PhD



(603) 653-0868


PhD, Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2003 MS, Engineering Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1998 BS, Biological Sciences, Stanford University, 1997

Curriculum Vitae

Elissa M. Ozanne CV


The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice

Areas of Expertise

Breast cancer prevention, Cost-effectiveness, Decision aids, Decision analysis, Decision science, Outcomes research, Risk assessment, Risk communication, Shared decision making

Published Research

Undetermined impact of patient decision support interventions on healthcare costs and savings: systematic review
BMJ, January 2014;348: g188
Cost-effectiveness analysis of intraoperative radiation therapy for early-stage breast cancer
Annals of Surgical Oncology, Sept. 2013;20(9): 2873-80 Ductal carcinoma in-situ terminology impacts patient treatment preferences
JAMA Internal Medicine, Oct. 28, 2013;173(19): 1830-1 Which risk model to use? Clinical implications of the ACS MRI screening guidelines
Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, Jan. 2013;22(1): 146-9
Sensitivity of the Adjuvant! Online breast cancer prognostic model to input variability
Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2009;27(2): 214-9 Pilot trial of a computerized decision aid for breast cancer prevention
The Breast Journal, 2007;13(2): 147-54 Breast cancer risk assessment and prevention: a framework for shared decision-making consultations
The Breast Journal., 2006;12(2): 103-13

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In the Media

Patients Making Medical Decisions May Not Produce Savings United Press International, January 24, 2014 »