Achieving a vision of patient-centered healthcare requires multi-stakeholder collaboration each step of the way. As national attention on the use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) grows, significant progress needs to be made to ensure that they are fairly used for accountability purposes in the context of performance-based payment models. This can benefit from a rapid learning process that provides great value to all stakeholders along the way. To capture these lessons, Avalere Health, American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network, Families USA, Kaiser Permanente’s Institute for Health Policy, the National Quality Forum, the Pacific Business Group on Health, and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America combined forces and gathered input from more than 18 organizations to examine, explore, and provide recommendations for advancing the use of PROs for measuring performance.
During this webinar, we will:
- Explore several examples of how quality organizations, employers, and product developers are implementing PROs
- Discuss the implications of these early experiences for shaping progress
- Uncover opportunities and challenges to advancing PROs in performance measurement
Other panelists include: Margaret O’Kane, President, National Committee for Quality Assurance; David Lansky, Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health.