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AbstractPatient-reported outcome measures are a key tool for ensuring that the care patients receive actually meets their goals for improving their health. Defining our quality measures in a truly patient-centered way is no longer a fanciful vision.
We have the tools, but we must put them to work to leverage their full potential and to align healthcare with how patients define quality, to help answer the question: will this care actually help me feel and function better?