Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centered Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation

@article{Lloyd2018PatientReportedMF,
  title={Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centered Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation},
  author={Helen M Lloyd and Hannah Wheat and Jane Horrell and Thavapriya Sugavanam and Ben Fosh and Jos{\'e} Maria Valderas and James Close},
  journal={Journal of Medical Internet Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={20}
}
Background Patient-reported measure (PRM) questionnaires were originally used in research to measure outcomes of intervention studies. They have now evolved into a diverse family of tools measuring a range of constructs including quality of life and experiences of care. Current health and social care policy increasingly advocates their use for embedding the patient voice into service redesign through new models of care such as person-centered coordinated care (P3C). If chosen carefully and used… 

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