Ms. Lee is a Clinical Research Coordinator with the Health Decision Sciences Center. She works on a study funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute that analyzes how varying decision support strategies influence patient care. The study compares the influence of two popular orthopedic decision aids on patients’ decisions for total joint replacement for either hip or knee osteoarthritis. Additionally, she assists with a study supported by the Donaghue Foundation that examines whether routine measurement of shared decision making for elective surgery decisions, with feedback to providers, leads to improved quality and value of care to patients.
Ms. Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Dartmouth College.