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Measuring Asthma Control & Impact with Scientifically Validated COAs

Many providers offering care require a simple asthma control test that caregivers and patients can perform to capture symptoms, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and real patient perspectives. Researchers developing and testing new treatments can also benefit from reliable HRQoL measurement strategies. Clinical outcome assessments (COAs) serve as an effective solution to this need and help healthcare professionals overcome several challenges associated with modern asthma testing. In a free eBook, learn more about the value of asthma-specific COA instruments.

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Many providers offering care require a simple asthma control test that caregivers and patients can perform to capture symptoms, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and real patient perspectives. Researchers developing and testing new treatments can also benefit from reliable HRQoL measurement strategies. Clinical outcome assessments (COAs) serve as an effective solution to this need and help healthcare professionals overcome several challenges associated with modern asthma testing. In a free eBook, learn more about the value of asthma-specific COA instruments.

THIS EBOOK WILL DISCUSS:

  • The modern measurement challenges affecting asthma management
  • The many benefits of leveraging asthma-specific COA health surveys
  • The best approach to controlling asthma in clinical research and care

The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) is continually evolving clinical practice guidelines for healthcare providers treating asthma patients. Several years ago, NHLBI Guidelines shifted the focus away from the severity of asthma and toward the ability to control the condition, encouraging clinicians to provide care that attempts to achieve optimal asthma control for patients. This eBook discusses the difficulties of measuring asthma control and offers practical solutions for both clinical research and care.

Support Successful Asthma Management

Review the four key components of successful asthma management that begin with a comprehensive understanding of measures to control the factors that may contribute to asthma severity. Clinician assessment and patient self-assessment are the primary methods for monitoring asthma. With a validated questionnaire for asthma patients in the form of disease-specific clinical outcome assessments, healthcare providers and researchers can more effectively capture symptoms and health-related quality of life from the patient’s perspective.

Discover Asthma-Specific COA Surveys

As a leading global clinical outcome assessment solutions provider, QualityMetric offers a suite of patient-reported outcome and observer-reported outcome surveys specific to asthma management that can measure patient functional health and well-being influenced by this condition. Learn more about the Asthma Control Test™ (ACT™), the Asthma ACT™ – Caregiver, the Asthma Impact Survey™ (AIS-6™) and the Pediatric Asthma Impact Survey (PAIS-6™), including their completion times, applicable patient ages, recall periods and available translations.