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Title: A Standard Set of Value-Based Patient-Centered Outcomes and Measures of Overall Health in Adults
Authors: Gangannagaripalli, Jaheeda
Albagli, Andrea
Myers, Stacie N
Whittaker, Sarah
Joseph, Andria
Clarke, Anna
Matkin, Lucy
Alonso, Jordi
Byock, Ira
van den Berg, Michael
Canfield, Carolyn
Chaplin, John
Dapueto, Juan
de Almedia Fleck, Marcelo Pio
Sidey-Gibbons, Chris
Hazelzet, Jan
Hess, Rachel
Immonen, Kaisa
Joyner, Serena
Katz, Catherine
Kerrigan, Carolyn
Lam, Cindy
Lunn, Joanne
McKenzie, Fiona
Roeves, Alastair
Stowell, Caleb
Switaj, Timothy
Tinsley, Melissa
Zimlichman, Eyal
Valderas, Jose M 
Keywords: Science & Technology
Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Health Care Sciences & Services
Health Policy & Services
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2021
Publisher: ADIS INT LTD
Citation: Gangannagaripalli, Jaheeda, Albagli, Andrea, Myers, Stacie N, Whittaker, Sarah, Joseph, Andria, Clarke, Anna, Matkin, Lucy, Alonso, Jordi, Byock, Ira, van den Berg, Michael, Canfield, Carolyn, Chaplin, John, Dapueto, Juan, de Almedia Fleck, Marcelo Pio, Sidey-Gibbons, Chris, Hazelzet, Jan, Hess, Rachel, Immonen, Kaisa, Joyner, Serena, Katz, Catherine, Kerrigan, Carolyn, Lam, Cindy, Lunn, Joanne, McKenzie, Fiona, Roeves, Alastair, Stowell, Caleb, Switaj, Timothy, Tinsley, Melissa, Zimlichman, Eyal, Valderas, Jose M (2021-11-01). A Standard Set of Value-Based Patient-Centered Outcomes and Measures of Overall Health in Adults. PATIENT-PATIENT CENTERED OUTCOMES RESEARCH 15 (3) : 341-351. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Background: The definition of population-specific outcomes is an essential precondition for the implementation of value-based health care. We developed a minimum standard outcome set for overall adult health (OAH) to facilitate the implementation of value-based health care in tracking, comparing, and improving overall health care outcomes of adults across multiple conditions, which would be of particular relevance for primary care and public health populations. Methods: The International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM) convened an international panel (patients, clinicians, and topic experts). Following the development of a conceptual framework, a modified Delphi method (supported by public consultations) was implemented to identify, in sequence, the relevant domains, the best instruments for measuring them, the timing of measurement, and the relevant adjustment variables. Findings: Outcomes were identified in relation to overall health status and the domains of physical, mental, and social health. Three instruments covering these domains were identified: PROMIS Scale v1.2—Global Health (10 items), WHO Wellbeing Index (5 items), and the WHO Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0 (12 items). Case-mix variables included a range of sociodemographic and biometric measures. Yearly measurement was proposed for all outcomes and most case-mix variables. Interpretation: The ICHOM OAH Standard Set has been developed through consensus-based methods based on predefined criteria following high standards for the identification and selection of high-quality measures The involvements of a wide range of stakeholders supports the acceptability of the set, which is readily available for use and feasibility testing in clinical settings.
ISSN: 1178-1653
DOI: 10.1007/s40271-021-00554-8
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