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09.14.21

QualityMetric’s SF-36v2 PRO Survey Contributes to EU’s ORCHESTRA SARS-CoV2 Impact Research

New York, September 14, 2021 — QualityMetric (QM), a leading global clinical outcomes assessments (COA) solutions provider and scientific consultancy specializing in patient-reported outcomes (PRO), has announced its collaboration  in ORCHESTRA, a three-year international research project led by the University of Verona to measure the impact of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. The project involves thirty-seven total partners […]

04.20.22

How to Improve Asthma Management

In America alone, 25 million people are living with asthma—one of the most common and costly diseases with no cure.1 This respiratory condition can be accompanied by transient or chronic symptoms that significantly impact quality of life. In the past, healthcare providers approached asthma treatment by focusing on the severity of a patient’s asthma. With […]

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03.10.22

Scoring the SF-36v2® & SF-12v2® Health Surveys: Ranges for the Standard & Acute Versions

The SF-36v2® and SF-12v2® Health Surveys are patient-reported outcome (PRO) assessments designed to measure the quality of life and functional health and well-being of patients across a variety of health conditions. With data from these robust questionnaires, researchers, investigators, providers and other healthcare professionals can factor in the voice of the patient as they conduct […]

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03.10.22

Assessing Asthma Control with Clinical Outcome Assessments

Although the healthcare community has made significant progress in understanding its pathophysiology and developing beneficial treatments to manage it, asthma remains a common condition linked with high mortality and social and economic effects.1 The symptoms of asthma, from chest tightness and shortness of breath to coughing and wheezing, can impact the everyday life of those […]

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03.02.22

Measuring Health Outcomes in Clinical Research

Patient-centricity is paving a new path forward in the healthcare industry, changing the way we structure healthcare systems, deliver care and develop products. On a global scale, organizations are prioritizing the patient journey and shifting to value-based care as healthcare costs grow. These changes—along with other contributing factors—have placed a greater emphasis on outcome measurement.1 […]

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02.21.22

QualityMetric Welcomes Tim Burks as Chief Technology Officer

RHODE ISLAND, February 21, 2022 ­­­— QualityMetric (QM), a technology-enabled provider of patient reported outcome (PRO) and clinical assessment outcome (COA) surveys, and consulting services, announced today the addition of Tim Burks as its newly-appointed Chief Technology Officer. Burks has joined the team led by Chief Executive Officer Garth “Gus” Gardner, who has been leading […]

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10.28.21

Understanding Rare Cancers Using Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

Many fields in healthcare research benefit from leveraging clinician outcome assessments (COAs) to gain a deeper understanding of patient experiences. Patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures, or PROM, have seen an increased use over the years in clinical trials and other treatment delivery settings. These measurements paint a more complete picture of the spectrum of symptoms and […]

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10.25.21

Understanding the Functions & Benefits of a Health Utility Survey & Index

Health providers require flexible tools for calculating health-related quality of life (HRQoL) with precision—and life sciences companies need innovative tools to prove value in the product lifecycle. Instruments for accomplishing both goals aren’t always widely applicable, convenient, straightforward or fully responsive to the health changes patients experience. This is why organizations across the healthcare continuum […]

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10.04.21

The Increasing Importance of Linguistic Validation in the Healthcare Product Lifecycle

Rigorous and technical translation processes guide the development of content for a variety of products across the healthcare ecosystem. Patients, caregivers, clinicians, study site leaders and other key stakeholders rely on accurate information for research or care delivery in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device markets. Marketing finished endpoints, such as new drugs, therapies, treatment […]

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09.30.21

QualityMetric and Survivor Healthcare enter a partnership to study unmet cognitive health needs of cancer patients.

Rhode Island — September 30, 2021 —QualityMetric, today announced a new partnership with Survivor Healthcare. The companies will be partnering to implement and measure an integrated program designed to improve cognitive functioning and overall health quality of life for cancer patients.

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09.28.21

An In-Depth Guide to Patient-Reported Outcome Measures | QualityMetric

Clinician-reported outcome (ClinRO) measures are the gold standard for assessing patient experiences in clinical research. Over the years, routine care and clinical research have benefitted from incorporating data derived directly from real patient experiences through patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures, also known as PROMs. PRO instruments are increasingly valued in clinical trial settings and treatment delivery, […]

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