USING PATIENT-CENTERED OUTCOMES TO MEASURE AND IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CARE FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH MULTIPLE CHRONIC CONDITIONS

Symposia

  • Date:
  • Time: 7:30am - 8:30am
  • Track: Professional Development
  • CME/CE: 1.0

Sponsored by the Quality and Performance Measurement Committee, Research Committee, Clinical Practice and Models of Care Committee, and the Junior Faculty Research Special Interest Group

Moderator: Sei J. Lee, MD, MAS

In this session, we will highlight 3 examples of how patient-centered metrics can be used to measure and improve healthcare quality for older adults with multiple chronic conditions.  Learning Objectives: (1) recognize the potential benefits and challenges of using “off the shelf” patient-reported outcomes (e.g. PROMIS measures) versus eliciting personalized health goals; (2) describe the similarities and differences in determining patient-defined outcomes in cognitively intact and cognitively impaired older adults; and (3) compare and contrast 3 different frameworks for eliciting patient-defined outcomes and determining whether these outcomes were achieved.

The Promise of PROMIS, Past, Present, Future
Michael H. Perskin, MD

Patient Priorities Care: Linking Quality Metrics with Patient Goals and Preferences
Claire Davenport, MD, MS

Personalized Goal Setting in Dementia Care: Measuring what Matters Most
Lee A. Jennings, MD, MSHS