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Maria J Santana, David Feeny, Justin Weinkauf, Roland Nador, Ali Kapasi, Kathleen Jackson, Marianne Schafenacker, Dalyce Zuk, Dale Lien
OBJECTIVE: To assess the use of patient-reported outcome (PROs) measures in the routine clinical care of lung-heart transplant patients. We assessed whether the addition of PROs in routine clinical care affected the duration of the consultation and patient's and clinician's views. METHOD: Consecutive lung-heart transplant patients visiting the outpatient clinic, University of Alberta Hospital, completed the Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire (CRQ) and the Health Utilities Index (HUI) on touchscreen computers...
July 2010: Patient related Outcome Measures
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