Patient-Reported Outcomes in Primary Care-New York (PROPC-NY): Publications

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How Primary Care Can Move Towards a Patient-Centered and Outcomes-Focused Approach to Care Management

Publication Date: 11.13.2017
Author: Gene Nelson, MD

This presentation from the PROPC-NY learning collaborative's fourth webinar demonstrates how using a variety of outcomes and experience measures together can advance understanding of what patients value and where they fall within a "compass" of outcomes, experience, and cost.

Bronx Behavioral Health Integration Project and Patient-Reported Outcomes

Publication Date: 04.24.2017
Author: Henry Chung, MD

An overview of behavioral health screening and follow up in an urban primary care practice setting, and lessons for workflow and quality monitoring, are the focus of this PROPC-NY learning collaborative webinar presentation.

Bridging the Gap: Moving from Planning to Routinization

Publication Date: 01.24.2017
Author: Lucy Savitz, PhD

Guidance on testing and assessment to aid in the adoption of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures are offered in this webinar presentation from the PROPC-NY learning collaborative.

Patient-Reported Outcomes: Moving PROs into Practice

Publication Date: 12.13.2016
Author: Kurt Kroenke, MD

Pragmatic approaches to choosing the right Patient-Reported Outcomes instrument for a practice’s clinical priorities, patient population, and resources are discussed in this webinar presentation from the PROPC-NY learning collaborative.

Using PROMs in Primary Care: Making the Case and Experience from the Field

Publication Date: 11.16.2016
Author: Neil Wagle, MD

A presentation at the initial meeting of the PROPC-NY learning collaborative makes the case for the role of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in primary care.

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