Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROM) with Improve
PROM now easy to realize for your registries and / or studies. Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROM) with Improve
As a healthcare provider, much is expected of you. Measuring Patient Reported Outcome Measures is very useful, but often takes extra time for you and your department. You want to collect data for quality improvement, registries and science.
With Improve, as a healthcare provider you have a great way of collecting patient data safely and mobile. You receive all data in a structured way. The response rate is much higher than through a website or email and it saves a lot of paperwork. You have the data directly available for your registries and/or studies. With the help of Improve Designer you can compose all your patient questions (and information) yourself. In the library you can find all common validated PROMS questionnaires. This saves time and puts you back in control of your work.
Advantages of Improve for PROMS
Secure and unambiguous data capture
In the Improve library you can easily find the required questionnaires for the disease and select for example the standardised PROMS questionnaires. You can also add your own questions and patient information. If your care module is complete, you can easily activate it. After the patient has gone through everything at home and answered via his mobile or tablet, you receive all the data immediately. You can start working with it immediately.
6x more involvement of patients
Not everybody knows how to deal with computers, but almost everybody has a smart phone or an iPad. Because our work is barrier-free and secure through mobile devices, the response rate is very high (over 90%). At that time the patient will get exactly the information and questions that are appropriate to them personally. We often hear: “It’s unbelievable that this wasn’t here before, it is so easy”. Doing Patient Reported Outcome Measures is fun and easy again.
Part of regular treatment plans
You do not only do PROMs and create other questions and information, but a care pathway is easily done, too. For