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Asthma Control Test™ (ACT™) – Caregiver
A 5-item ObsRo asthma control test completed by caregivers.
Completed by caregivers, the ACT – Caregiver is an efficient, reliable and valid way to measure caregiver reported asthma control, with or without lung functioning measures, such as spirometry.
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In developing the ACT – Caregiver test, we followed a paradigm shift away from the severity of asthma and towards the ability to control the condition. Asthma experts assisted us in establishing cut-point scores to improve the survey’s clinical utility for a valuable asthma control caregiver report. These cut-points identify asthma patients with somewhat controlled or poorly controlled asthma. Additionally, clinically meaningful change caregiver test asthma score thresholds are available to more appropriately monitor improvement or decline in a patient’s asthma control.
Development of the Asthma Control Test: A Survey for Assessing Asthma Control The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Read Article
Flunking Asthma? When HEDIS Takes the ACT The American Journal of Managed Care Read Article
A Structured Review Evaluating Content Validity of the Asthma Control Test, and Its Consistency with U.S. Guidelines and Patient Expectations for Asthma Control The Journal of Asthma: Official Journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma Read Article
A Psychometric Comparison of Three Patient-Based Measures of Asthma Control Current Medical Research and Opinion Read Article
Using the SF-12 Health Status Measure to Improve Predictions of Medical Expenditures Medical Care Read Article
Long-Term Natalizumab Treatment Is Associated with Sustained Improvements in Quality Of Life In Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Patient Preference and Adherence Read Article
Relationship Between Objective Financial Burden and the Health-Related Quality of Life and Mental Health of Patients with Cancer Journal of Oncology Practice Read Article
Health-Related Quality of Life Predicted Subsequent Health Care Resource Utilization in Patients with Active Cancer Quality of Life Research Read Article
Core Outcome Set for Preventive Intervention Trials in Chronic and Episodic Migraine (COSMIG): An International, Consensus-Derived and Multistakeholder Initiative BMJ Open Read Article
Revised Guidelines of the French Headache Society for the Diagnosis and Management of Migraine in Adults. Part 1: Diagnosis and Assessment Revue Neurologique Read Article
Chronic Migraine in the First COVID-19 Lockdown: The Impact of Sleep, Remote Working, and Other Life/Psychological Changes Neurological Sciences Read Article
Health-Related Quality of Life in Tension-Type Headache: A Population-Based Study Scandinavian Journal of Pain Read Article
Effect of Headache-Free Days on Disability, Productivity, Quality of Life, and Costs Among Individuals with Migraine Journal of Managed Care & Specialty Pharmacy Read Article
Outcome Measures for Assessing the Effectiveness of Non-Pharmacological Interventions in Frequent Episodic or Chronic Migraine: A Delphi Study BMJ Open Read Article
ACOG 2009: New 6-Question Survey Accurately Measures Effect of PMS on Quality of Life Richard Hyer at Medscape Read Article
Development and Validation of the Premenstrual Symptoms Impact Survey (PMSIS): A Disease-Specific Quality of Life Assessment Tool Journal of Women's Health Read Article
Burden of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder on Health-Related Quality of Life Journal of Women's Health Read Article
Association between Sexual Drive Impact and Premenstrual Symptoms QualityMetric & Bayer, Presented at a 2009 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical Meeting Read Article
Longitudinal Validation of the Premenstrual Symptoms Impact Survey (PMSIS) QualityMetric & Independent Healthcare Consultant, Presented at a 2009 ISPOR Annual International Meeting Read Article
Assessing Work Productivity Impairment in Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) QualityMetric & Independent Healthcare Consultant, Presented at a 2009 Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research Annual International Meeting Read Article
Comparative Cost-Effectiveness of Oral versus Transdermal Contraceptive Methods QualityMetric & Bayer, Presented at a 2007 American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting Read Article
Burden of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder on Health-Related Quality of Life QualityMetric & Bayer, Presented at a 2007 Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research Conference Read Article
Cost-Effectiveness of Oral and Transdermal Contraceptive Methods QualityMetric & Bayer, Presented at a 2007 Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research Annual International Meeting Read Article
Individuals aged 5–11 with asthma
Interpretation & Insights
Combining our eCOA Platform with research expertise, our consultants help your teams develop, validate, implement and analyze PROs with a custom approach. Our services ensure you gain the most meaningful insights on patient-reported data.
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