Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay

Klose K, Kreimeier S, Tangermann U, Aumann I, Damm K (2016)
HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW 6: 11.

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With the shift towards patient-centered healthcare, patient- and person-reports of health-related factors, including outcomes, are seen as important determinants for evaluating and improving healthcare. However, a comprehensive, systematic categorization of patient- and person-reports is currently lacking in the literature. This study aims at developing a new classification system with well-defined constructs for patients' and persons' self-reports on health and healthcare. A literature research and evaluation by the Reported Health Outcomes (RHO) Group were used to develop this classification system. The new classification system includes patient- and person-reported preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction related to healthcare and health outcomes. Moreover, the most constitutive methods to measure these four categories - preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction - have been described in this article. Even though the value of patients' and persons' perspectives on healthcare is increasingly being recognized, its measurement and implementation presents a lasting challenge to researchers, clinicians, patients, and the general population.
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Klose K, Kreimeier S, Tangermann U, Aumann I, Damm K. Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW. 2016;6: 11.
Klose, K., Kreimeier, S., Tangermann, U., Aumann, I., & Damm, K. (2016). Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW, 6, 11. doi:10.1186/s13561-016-0094-6
Klose, K., Kreimeier, S., Tangermann, U., Aumann, I., and Damm, K. (2016). Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW 6:11.
Klose, K., et al., 2016. Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW, 6: 11.
K. Klose, et al., “Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay”, HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW, vol. 6, 2016, : 11.
Klose, K., Kreimeier, S., Tangermann, U., Aumann, I., Damm, K.: Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW. 6, : 11 (2016).
Klose, Kristina, Kreimeier, Simone, Tangermann, U., Aumann, I., and Damm, K. “Patient- and person-reports on healthcare: preferences, outcomes, experiences, and satisfaction an essay”. HEALTH ECONOMICS REVIEW 6 (2016): 11.

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