PROMs 2.0 and Research

Although the data collected through the system can be used for research, the main purpose of PROMs 2.0 is  is service evaluation by quality measurements for management and  improvement of front line services. Read more

Risk Adjustment & Stratification

Risk adjustment is a statistical process by which quality of care can be assessed independently of patient case-mix. This allows fair comparison of groups of patients with differing ages, gender-mix, disease severity or other health problems that could influence health outcomes. Evaluation of risk-adjusted outcome is a key part of PROM's 2.0. This aspect of the system has been planned with the support and guidance of Ian Buchan - Professor of Public Health Informatics at the university of Manchester.

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