The growing availability of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) in clinical settings presents the opportunity for efficient processing and visualization of digital PRO data as well as incorporation of this type of patient-generated data into the electronic health record (EHR). The objective of this study is to understand the perspective of providers on the benefits, challenges, and strategies for integrating ePRO in their clinical practice workflow.
Learning Objective 1: Learn strategies for integrating electronic patient-reported outcomes data into clinical practice workflow.
Learning Objective 2: Understand common workflow issues for collecting, reporting, and reviewing ePRO in practice.
Courtney Segal (Presenter)
University of Washington
Cynthia LeRouge, Florida International University
Elizabeth Austin, University of Washington
Danielle Lavallee, University of Washington