A framework to assess patient-reported adverse outcomes arising during hospitalization

@inproceedings{Barbara2016AFT,
  title={A framework to assess patient-reported adverse outcomes arising during hospitalization},
  author={Okoniewska Barbara and Santana Maria Jose and Holroyd-Leduc Jayna and Flemons Ward and O. E. Maeve and White Deborah and Ocampo Wrochelle and William Ghali and Alan J. Forster},
  booktitle={BMC Health Services Research},
  year={2016}
}
BackgroundThe assessment of adverse events from a patient-centered view includes patient-reported adverse outcomes. An adverse outcome refers to any suboptimal outcome experienced by the patient; when adverse outcomes are identified through a patient interview these are called patient-reported adverse outcomes. An adverse event is an adverse outcome that is more likely due to the processes of medical care rather than to the mere progression of disease. In the context of a large-scale study… CONTINUE READING

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