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Dr. Horn has joined the Duke School of Medicine as an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and Doctor of Physical Therapy Division. Dr. Horn is a physical therapist and researcher with an emphasis on health services research in patients with musculoskeletal spine pain. Dr. Horn has 6 years of outpatient orthopaedic and occupational health experience primarily treating patients with musculoskeletal pain disorders. Dr. Horn’s clinical experience has influenced her research interests by understanding pragmatically how the timing and delivery of healthcare services, specifically physical therapy, effects clinical outcomes, healthcare utilization and costs in patients with musculoskeletal spine pain.
PhD, Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Florida, 2013
DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Florida, 2010
Dr. Horn’s research is focused on understanding the role that healthcare providers, including physical therapists, play in managing patients with musculoskeletal neck pain and how different management pathways effect patient centered outcomes and healthcare utilization and costs. The ultimate end goal of this research agenda is to optimize the delivery of healthcare to realize both direct and indirect healthcare benefits and cost savings for patients, healthcare providers and payers.
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