Outcome Performance Measure Development for Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions

This report summarizes analyses to assess the reliability and validity of the VR-12 metrics and patient-reported outcome performance measures (PMs) | RAND

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The goals of patient care within a health care system are no longer focused solely on ensuring patients’ survival or curing disease, but on optimizing their functional status and well-being. This is often best assessed through patient-reported outcome (PRO) performance measures (PMs), which allow health care systems and different provider groups to be compared. The purpose of this project was to develop PMs based on PROs, specifically Veterans RAND 12-Item Health Survey (VR-12) Physical Component Summary (PCS) and Mental Component Summary (MCS) scores, in individuals with multiple chronic conditions (MCC).

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