Computer-based patient-reported outcomes improve satisfaction and compliance
Improving Patient Satisfaction Through Computer-Based QuestionnairesOrthopedics. 2016 Jan 1;39(1):e31-5
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308 patients from spine, upper extremity, and trauma orthopaedic clinics were recruited to compare electronic-based and paper-based administration of validated orthopaedic patient-reported outcome measures (PSS, FFI, ODI, SF-36) in terms of compliance and patient satisfaction. All outcome measures (except SF-36) displayed comparable results between administration methods, and patients were signifi...
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