The Computer-based Health Evaluation Software (CHES): a software for electronic patient-reported outcome monitoring

@inproceedings{Holzner2012TheCH,
  title={The Computer-based Health Evaluation Software (CHES): a software for electronic patient-reported outcome monitoring},
  author={Bernhard Holzner and Johannes M. Giesinger and Jakob Pinggera and Stefan Zugal and Felix Sch{\"o}pf and Anne Sophie Oberguggenberger and Eva M. Gamper and August Zabernigg and Barbara Weber and Gerhard Rumpold},
  booktitle={BMC Med. Inf. & Decision Making},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Patient-reported Outcomes (PROs) capturing e.g., quality of life, fatigue, depression, medication side-effects or disease symptoms, have become important outcome parameters in medical research and daily clinical practice. Electronic PRO data capture (ePRO) with software packages to administer questionnaires, storing data, and presenting results has facilitated PRO assessment in hospital settings. Compared to conventional paper-pencil versions of PRO instruments, ePRO is more… CONTINUE READING
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