| NEJM Catalyst
August 17, 2016
How a Cancer Center Rapidly Developed Patient-Centered Outcome Measures
In 2014, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center created a streamlined process for developing measure sets for patient-centered outcomes, including provider-generated and patient-reported outcomes, at an accelerated pace. These comprehensive sets are integrated with electronic health records and incorporated into clinical practice, and they will underpin internal quality improvement and external benchmarking efforts.
Measurement and Metrics;
Health Care and Treatment;