National Institutes of Health: Patient-Reported Outcomes in Comparative Effectiveness Research

The National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory has several resources on the use of patient-reported outcomes in comparative effectiveness research.  A “living textbook” chapter provides background information on patient-reported outcome measures.

This paper describes strategies to overcome barriers in using patient-reported outcome measures:

This is a report from a January 2015 workshop on the use of NIH-suppported patient-reported outcome tools in comparative effectiveness research:

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