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Patient-Reported Outcomes in Orthopaedics

Christensen, Daniel L., MD; Dickens, Jonathan F., MD; Freedman, Brett, MD; Mauntel, Timothy, PhD, ATC; Owens, Brett D., MD; Potter, Benjamin K., MD; Provencher, Matthew, MD; Tokish, John M., MD; Waterman, Brian R., MD; Antosh, Ivan, MD; Bellamy, Jaime, DO; Cameron, Kenneth L., PhD, MPH, ATC; Cook, Karon F., PhD; Eckel, Tobin T., MD; Eichinger, Josef K., MD; Garcia, EStephan J., MD; Helgeson, Melvin D., MD; Joyner, Patrick W., MD; Kang, Daniel G., MD; Kilcoyne, Kelly G., MD; Krueger, Chad A., MD; LeClere, Lance E., MD; Li, Xinning, MD; Martin, Kevin D., DO; McCallum, Jeremy R., MD; McDonald, Lucas S., MD, MPH&TM; Ortiz, Dionisio III, MD; Pallis, Mark P., DO; Parada, Stephen A., MD; Patzkowski, Jeanne C., MD; Posner, Matthew A., MD; Rivera, Jessica C., MD; Robins, R. Judd, MD; Rothrock, Nan, PhD; Schmitz, Matthew R., MD; Slabaugh, Mark, MD; Song, Daniel J., MD; Stinner, Daniel J., MD; Tintle, Scott M., MD; Tucker, Christopher J., MD; Waltz, Robert A., MD; Wilson, Kevin, MD MOTION Group

doi: 10.2106/JBJS.17.00608
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  • ➤ Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) assess a patient’s perspective of health, function, and quality of life associated with health conditions and medical interventions.
  • ➤ Health-care value is the ratio of health outcomes achieved relative to the total cost of care for a medical condition.
  • ➤ Common PRO designs assess general quality of life, system or region-specific conditions, disease-specific conditions, or mixed outcome measure designs.
  • ➤ Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) measures domains of health (e.g., fatigue, physical function, and depressive symptoms), not disease or injury-specific outcomes, allowing for comparability across conditions and normative scoring.
  • ➤ PROs offer a unique format to the clinician for understanding the impact of medical conditions or interventions and, as a result, may improve the care provided.

aE-mail address for J.F. Dickens: jon.f.dickens@gmail.com

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