Routine provision of information on patient-reported outcome measures to healthcare providers and patients in clinical practice
Gonçalves Bradley DC., Gibbons C., Ricci-Cabello I., Bobrovitz Niklas JH., Gibbons EJ., Kotzeva A., Alonso J., Fitzpatrick R., Bower P., van der Wees PJ., Rajmil L., Roberts NW., Taylor RS., Greenhalgh J., Porter I., Valderas JM.
This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows:To assess the impact of the routine use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in clinical practice on the process of care (including patient-physician communication, professionals? awareness of patients' quality of life, diagnosis and recognition rates, treatment rates, health services and resource use, as well as patient behaviour); patients' and professionals' experiences of care; and health outcomes (both generic and disease-specific, using both routinely-used clinical measures and PROs).