Anna N. A. Tosteson, ScD
Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Professor of Medicine
Professor of Community and Family Medicine
James J. Carroll 1948 Professor of Oncology
Director, Comparative Effectiveness Research Program, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Associate Director for Population Sciences, Dartmouth Cancer Center
Principal Investigator, SYNERGY, Dartmouth's Clinical and Translational Science Institute
The Dartmouth Institute
Community and Family Medicine
Biostatistics (Health Decision Sciences), Harvard University, ScD
Biostatistics, Harvard University, MS
Statistics & Biometry, Cornell University, BS
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
Dr. Anna Tosteson is a decision scientist and health services researcher who studies how the diffusion of innovations in health care are changing health, costs and quality of care. Through study of diverse data sources including registries, electronic health record data, clinical and epidemiological studies, and administrative claims data, she seeks insights into the long-term clinical and economic effects of alternative approaches to health care delivery with a focus on cancer screening, musculoskeletal disease, and women’s health.
Promoting follow-up of abnormal cancer screening tests using population-based systems to support stepped care multilevel intervention. (NCI: U01CA225451 )
Risk-based breast cancer screening and surveillance in community practice. (NCI, P01CA154292)
PH 119/121; QBS 140 Decision and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Digital mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis for detecting invasive lobular and ductal carcinoma.
Broadband Data Forensics: Spatiotemporal Variations of the Download/Upload Speed Metric Commonly Used to Evaluate Potential Telehealth Accessibility.
A Survey of Cancer Risk Behaviors, Beliefs, and Social Drivers of Health in New Hampshire and Vermont.
Cancer Epidemiology in the Northeastern United States (2013-2017).
Impact of Surveillance Mammography Intervals Less Than One Year on Performance Measures in Women With a Personal History of Breast Cancer.
Implementing shared decision making for early-stage breast cancer treatment using a coproduction learning collaborative: the SHAIR Collaborative protocol.
Association of rurality, socioeconomic status, and race with pancreatic cancer surgical treatment and survival.
National Performance Benchmarks for Screening Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: Update from the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium.
Harnessing the Collective Expertise of Patients, Care Partners, Clinical Teams, and Researchers Through a Coproduction Learning Health System: A Case Study of the Dartmouth Health Promise Partnership.
Association of rurality with utilization of palliative care and hospice among Medicare beneficiaries who died from pancreatic cancer: A cohort study.