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The SF-36v2® Health Survey
Measure functional health and well-being from the patient’s point of view with the SF-36v2® Health Survey.
As a health survey, the SF-36v2 Health Survey can be used across age, disease and treatment groups, in contrast to a disease-specific health survey, which focuses on a particular disease or condition.
Because the SF-36v2 Health Survey uses T scores, the health domain and component summary measure scores can be compared with those from other SF™ health surveys. For SF-36 scoring interpretation, consult the SF-36v2® and SF-12 scoring range guide.
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The SF-36 questionnaire is a short-form health survey that measures each of the following eight health domains: physical functioning, role-physical, bodily pain, general health, vitality, social functioning, role-emotional, and mental health. Each health domain score contributes to the Physical Component Summary (PCS) and Mental Component Summary (MCS) scores.
As a versatile quality of life questionnaire, SF-36 measures can be derived from SF-36v2 data, including the SF-6D® and SF-6Dv2™ preference-based utility indices; a medical expenditure prediction to help understand the economic impact of a patient’s condition and treatment; the Mental Health Inventory Conversion for screening for depression; and a single-item measure of self-evaluated change in general health status compared to one year earlier or one week earlier. Reach out to the QualityMetric team for SF-36 version 2 scoring support.
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