• Pediatric Patient-Reported Outcomes in Chronic Disease

    1 day ago - By The Journal of Pediatrics

    Managing chronic disease is increasingly important in pediatric health care. In internal medicine, patient-reported, patient-important outcomes are a key part of assessment of programs. In pediatrics, there has been less focus on patient-reported outcomes. These outcomes are more complex in pediatrics because the utility of patient-reported outcomes may differ by age and, in most cases, parent-reported outcomes are also relevant. In some instances, parents serve as a surrogate for the pediatric patient.
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