National Pharmaceutical Council and Discern Health Outline Strategies for Improving Patient-Reported Measures in Oncology

February 2019

(Washington, DC, February 21, 2019) – The National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC) and Discern Health today released a study that analyzes the landscape of available patient-reported measures (PRMs) and patient-reported performance measures (PR-PMs) in oncology and offers recommendations for filling gaps in measures and removing barriers to measure implementation. The study, “Improving Patient-reported Measures in Oncology,” builds on previous work to close gaps in quality measurement and focuses on the importance of patient input in accountable care.

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