“Listening to Patients…capturing their voices…where they are… is essential if we are to truly practice person-centered care,” says @cbushrn. “It’s imperative we develop useful tools to capture the real health circumstances our patients are experiencing and to integrate those tools in planning care for the individual in a way which is useful for patients/families AND our practice teams.” Join host @cbushrn and @GoKareo for a #KareoChat on Thursday, July 28 at 9 AM PT to talk about Patient Reported Outcome Measures or PROMS can play a role in creating more person-centered care.
Here are the chat questions to help you prepare your thoughts and join the conversation.
- Do you currently use patient-reported outcomes (PROMS) in your practice?
- How do you choose which PROMS to track?
- How are you tracking PROMS?/What tools are you using to track PROMS?
- Have you had any successes using PROMS in practice?
- What challenges do you see in tracking and using this data?
- Will this help with the transition to value-based reimbursement?
About the Host
Carol Bush is an Oncology Nurse Consultant with the Midwest Cancer Alliance, an outreach network of the University of Kansas Cancer Center. She has a passion for curating evidence-based health information in unique ways, to promote and encourage informed care and healthy choices. As a healthcare social media champion, Carol blogs at The Social Nurse. She is co-founder and moderator of the #CureConnect Twitter chat. You can also find her guest blogging for Oncology Nursing News and The Onc- A Gated Community for Oncology Nurses. You may connect with Carol on Twitter via @cbushrn or @thesocialnurse.