Davide Botturi

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The concept of "patient-reported outcomes" have been proposed by the Food and Drug Administration in the year 2000, in order to describe one of the different and potential sources of information on the drug's safety and effectiveness. It represents an "umbrella" term, which covers a multiplicity of meanings and primarily identifies a conceptual approach and(More)
This paper describes the applications of the patient-reported outcome measures, focusing on the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom. Over the years the use of some related measures has widened, moving from research to clinical practice, and, only recently, to the healthcare quality assessment. The program launched by the United Kingdom(More)
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