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Humanistic Outcomes and Patient Reported Outcomes (Dr. Zhong)
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Outcomes research is broadly defines as studies that attempt to identify, measure, and evaluate the ______ of health care services in general.
Outcomes research evaluates the effects of medical interventions on _____, _____, and _____ measures.
What are the three parts of the ECHO model?
Medical events that occur as a result of disease or treatment:
Direct, indirect and intangible costs compared to the consequences of medical treatment alternatives:
Consequences of disease or treatment on patient functional status, quality of life, measured along with several dimensions (e.g. physical functioning, social functioning, general health perceptions, and well being):
Which assessment of disease activity and treatment outcomes is the most subjective?
Which assessment of disease activity and treatment outcomes is least subjective?
What are some examples of a physiological assessment of disease activity and treatment outcomes?
- Lab values and tests
- Functional tests
- Blood tests
- Tolerance tests
- Vital signs
What are some examples of a clinician assessing disease activity and treatment outcomes?
- Physical examination
- Visual inspection
- Clinical impression
What are some examples of a patient assessing disease activity and treatment outcomes?
- Activity tolerance
- Cognitive functioning
- Physical functioning
- Psychological distress
- Rx satisfaction
What are some examples of a caregiver assessing disease activity and treatment outcomes?
- Activity limitations
- Cognitive function
- Physical function
- Psychological distress
From least subjective to most subjective, list the different "entities" that assess disease activity and treatment outcomes:
The following are examples of ______: Medications, ambulance services, diagnostic tests, procedures, hospitalizations, ER visits.
Direct medical costs
The following are examples of ____: Travel costs to receive health care, non-medical assistance related to condition, hotel stays for patient or family for out-of-town care, child care services for children of patient.
Direct non-medical costs
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