Patient-reported outcomes, or PROs, typically are used for clinical research and to guide patient care. They also can be an invaluable tool for shared decision making. But PROs are now being increasingly integrated with other areas, including performance measurement of hospitals and physicians. In addition, PROs are being incorporated into electronic health records, enabling the use of these data for multiple clinical, research, and administrative applications, with a goal of more broadly promoting patient-centered care. This session looked at the expanded use of PROs through the lens of PCORI-funded projects and insights from other leaders in the field.

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Presenters:

Kimberly D. Gregory, MD, MPH
Vice Chair of Women’s Healthcare Quality and Performance Improvement
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Presentation Slides | PCORI-funded Research Project

Claire Snyder, MHS, PhD
Program Director, Building Lifestyle, Outcomes, and Care Services Research in Cancer
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Presentation Slides | PCORI-funded Research Project

Elissa Bantug, MHS
Program Manager, Breast Cancer Communication, Education, & Survivorship
Co-Director, The LiveWell Program for Young Women with Breast Cancer
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - Department of Oncology
Presentation Slides

Moderator:

Jason Gerson, PhD
Senior Program Officer, Science
PCORI
Presentation Slides

Discussant:

Eleanor M. Perfetto, PhD, MS
Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
National Health Council
PCORI-funded Engagement Award


This session was eligible for continuing education credit.

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