Barriers and Benefits to the Use of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in Routine Clinical Care: A Qualitative Study.

@article{Philpot2018BarriersAB,
  title={Barriers and Benefits to the Use of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in Routine Clinical Care: A Qualitative Study.},
  author={Lindsey M. Philpot and Sunni A. Barnes and Rachel M. Brown and Jessica Ann Austin and Cameron S James and Richard Hiraiwa Stanford and Jon O. Ebbert},
  journal={American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality},
  year={2018},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={
          359-364
        }
}
Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) provide information on how health care affects patient health and well-being and represent a patient-centered approach. Despite this potential, PROs are not widely used in clinical settings. Semi-structured focus groups were conducted with 3 stakeholder groups (patients, providers, and health care administrators) to… CONTINUE READING