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The literature suggests that a pre and post outcome questionnaire (for example VF-14) could give more information about patient outcomes and satisfaction; however, no standard test is approved by the NHS.
2) At that time, a new generation of patient oriented outcome questionnaires for spinal treatments became available, and due to their conceptual approach, psychometric properties, and brevity, the so-called COMI (Core Outcome Measures Index) for back and neck patients was endorsed by Eurospine as the official outcome instrument of Spine Tango.
Among the topics are outcome measures in New Zealand, the outcome questionnaire system as a practical application for mental health care settings, one Canadian province's experience implementing it in community mental health, older people, non-government organizations, drug and alcohol services, stakeholder perspectives, and some economic and policy considerations.
New data from PBH involving 14,923 patients revealed that more than 11 percent of adults and 17 percent of adolescents diagnosed with depression reported substance-abuse problems on a patient-completed outcome questionnaire.
Incorporation of patient satisfaction leads to more modest and realistic appraisals of outcome questionnaire performance thus a satisfaction questionnaire should change as appropriate to address the ongoing needs of the organization and its customers.
In this case, post-treatment scores are obtained from the last session for which an outcome questionnaire is available.
The reference measure for the current study was the Outcome Questionnaire (OQ-45; Lambert & Finch, 1999).
Based on expert interviews, research and studies, the report examines how the means to recruit patients online and track their experience via patient-reported outcome questionnaires and sensors in real-time has the potential to transform how observational studies are conducted.