Erin Dobbins is an expert in physical and behavioral health care quality with a background in research methodology, social psychology, judgment and decision making. She has worked across a variety of care settings including; post-acute care, in-center hemodialysis, acute care, outpatient and ambulatory surgery, and intensive outpatient and residential substance use disorder treatment, to improve care quality and implementation. Ms. Dobbins work has improved delivery of care at the national level through the measurement of health care utilization and payment as well as the development and maintenance incentive-based quality measures and patient reported quality of care surveys. Ms. Dobbins has also contributed to program evaluation, analysis of state and local policy leavers supporting family-centered treatment for opioid use disorder, social norms marketing intervention development for substance use harm reduction, and posthumans organ donation decision making prediction.
Research Public Health Analyst
MA, General Experimental Psychology, Appalachian State University
BS, Psychology, Appalachian State University
BFA, Studio Art, Appalachian State University