Patients want their doctors to actually review and use the information they provide, finds study
A new Regenstrief Institute study has found that patients want to tell their doctors about their symptoms and would be willing to do so via a formal computerized reporting system, but patients are reluctant to report symptoms if they perceive busy clinicians will not use that information to improve care. The study titled “A Qualitative Study of Patients Perceptions of the Utility of Patient-reported Outcome Measures of Symptoms in Primary Care Clinics” is published in the December 2018 issue
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