11:35am - 12:10pm Monday, February 11

Location & Room

Orlando - Rosen Centre
Rosen Centre Grand Ballroom C
Extra Fee

In this case study, attendees will learn how a rheumatoid arthritis initiative used data-collection technology and a standardized survey instrument to improve patient outreach between office visits. The patient reported outcomes, collected monthly, created a more complete picture of a patient's functional status and disease activity over time.

As speakers will discuss, this improved patient quality of life through better clinical outcomes, and boosted the participating provider organizations' quality performance. Speakers also will share how patient reported outcomes augmented patient profiles to improve patient and population management.
Learning Objectives:
Discuss the challenges of implementing a large-scale patient engagement program.
Define key elements in enabling automated collection of patient reported outcomes.
Explain the value of a systematic approach to collecting and maximizing providers’ use of patient-reported data.

Wilmington Health