Measuring the outcomes of using person-generated health data: a case study of developing a PROM item bank
Gerardo Luis Dimaguila, Kathleen Gray, Mark Merolli
BMJ Health Care Inform | BMJ Publishing Group | Published : 2019
INTRODUCTION: Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) allow patients to self-report the status of their health condition or experience independently. A key area for PROMs to contribute in building the evidence base is in understanding the effects of using person-generated health data (PGHD), and using PROMs to measure outcomes of using PGHD has been suggested in the literature. Key considerations inherent in the stroke rehabilitation context makes the measurement of PGHD outcomes in home-based poststroke rehabilitation, which uses body-tracking technologies, an important use case. OBJECTIVE: This paper describes the development of a preliminary item bank of a PROM-PGHD for Kinect-based s..View full abstract
GLD would like to acknowledge the support of his organisational sponsor, Newman College (University of Melbourne).