Open-Source Computerized Patient-Reported Outcomes: Case Studies Illustrating Fifteen Years of Evolution. McReynolds, J. R. Ph.D. Thesis, July, 2016.
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Over a fifteen year period, Patient Reported Outcomes ("PRO") applications to support over forty clinical and research projects have driven the evolution of an open-source computerized PRO system ("cPRO", http://cprohealth.org). The projects varied widely in PRO content, clinical domain, and workflows. Detailed case studies of six major implementations of the cPRO system offer a framework to understand the socio-technical challenges and opportunities in collecting computerized PROs and incorporating PROs into clinical care, patient-centered tools, and research.
@phdthesis{mcreynolds_open-source_2016,
	type = {Thesis},
	title = {Open-{Source} {Computerized} {Patient}-{Reported} {Outcomes}: {Case} {Studies} {Illustrating} {Fifteen} {Years} of {Evolution}},
	shorttitle = {Open-{Source} {Computerized} {Patient}-{Reported} {Outcomes}},
	url = {https://digital.lib.washington.edu:443/researchworks/handle/1773/36504},
	abstract = {Over a fifteen year period, Patient Reported Outcomes ("PRO") applications to support over forty clinical and research projects have driven the evolution of an open-source computerized PRO system ("cPRO", http://cprohealth.org). The projects varied widely in PRO content, clinical domain, and workflows. Detailed case studies of six major implementations of the cPRO system offer a framework to understand the socio-technical challenges and opportunities in collecting computerized PROs and incorporating PROs into clinical care, patient-centered tools, and research.},
	language = {en\_US},
	urldate = {2017-11-02},
	author = {McReynolds, Justin Ross},
	month = jul,
	year = {2016},
}
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