The role, use and impact of PROMs on nursing in the English NHS
Patient Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs) are fast becoming a common mechanism within the English NHS to ascertain the impact on a patient's health.
Well developed PROMs may be used to understand the impact of a service on patients' health at the treatment centre level, and to make comparisons between expected and experienced health outcomes. PROMs are also increasingly being used as a measurement tool by which organisations and individuals providing health care can be assessed, managed, and remunerated.
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