Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROMS)

Expand Patient Voice to Evaluate Health Outcomes and Improve Care Process

Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) capture the patient’s perspective of the impact of care intervention on quality of life and ability to function. These statistically-valid patient-centered measures complement traditional medical outcome measures, such as surgical complications and mortality rates, to help clinicians understand long-term patient results.

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Press Ganey’s PROMs solution captures subjective measures asked over time in a consistent manner so they can be analyzed, scored and used in clinical-decision making. Experience-tested survey solutions focus on patient-reported history and outcomes for use in process of care, research, reporting and documentation for performance-based payer incentives.