Data Sheet

Score Range for the SF-36v2® Health Survey & SF-12v2® Health Surveys

The SF-36v2® and SF-12v2® health surveys help your team make informed decisions at every point in your product’s life cycle. As innovative short-form patient-reported outcome (PRO) measurements, they capture meaningful insights across eight health domains to measure health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and functional health and well-being from the patient’s perspective with analysis spans for a variety of diseases, conditions and treatment groups. Learn more about the score range for the standard and acute versions of both surveys in a detailed data sheet from QualityMetric.

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This Data Sheet Will Discuss:

  • The score ranges for standard and acute versions of the SF-36v2® and SF-12v2® surveys
  • The surveys’ Physical Health Component (PCS) and Mental Health Component (MCS)
  • The theoretical highest and lowest possible scores and response combinations

More than twenty-five years ago, QualityMetric began providing norm-based scoring (NBS), in which the mean score in the US general population is set to 50 and the standard deviation is set to 10. Our team can help with the norm-based interpretation of treatment effects to illuminate a variety of HRQoL benefits.