Reducing The Hassle of Patient-Reported Outcomes

Posted by Sanja Kalender on 2020-05-20

Now more than ever, patients don’t want to spend time filling out lengthy, cumbersome questionnaires. New work from the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute in Philadelphia and Universal Research Solutions [OBERD] in Columbia, Missouri, addresses this issue in their new study, “Use of Computerized Adaptive Testing to Develop More Concise Patient-Reported Outcome Measures,” appears in the March 12, 2020 edition of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.

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