Patient-reported Outcome Measure

Definitions

Health Economics

  • PROMs are measures of a patient's health status or health-related quality of life. They are typically short, self-completed questionnaires to measure patients' health status or health-related quality of life at a single point in time, as used in the NHS in England before and after a clinical intervention since 2009.
  • acronymPROM
    (written as patient-reported outcome measure)
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