Examples of the use of My Clinical Outcomes in various Journal Articles in the last few years.
Our partners at The Royal College of Radiologists discuss how they have been using the platform to collect and analyse PROMs data from patients undergoing radical pelvic radiotherapy, without physician bias. This article follows the experience of Project Trigger to-date, and outlines the potential for the national roll-out of a similar project using the same low-resource model.
A virtual clinic follow-up pathway was introduced for hip and knee replacement patients, with web-based PROMs used alongside digital radiographs to facilitate clinical review. In this evaluation a questionnaire was distributed to all patients treated under the virtual clinic service over a 5-month period, showing the encouraging acceptance of a ‘click and go’ approach and aligning with the intention of virtual clinics - to provide cost effective follow-up and face-to-face capacity for patients who need it.
Evaluation of the value of using eHealth tools such as My Clinical Outcomes for clinical purposes and data collection for research in ankylosing spondylitis, inclusive of the development of treatment pathways and disease management strategies.
Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics, 2016
Comparison of the performance of two generic PROMs, the EQ-5D-3 L and howRu score, collected using My Clinical Outcomes, in analysing the outcome of hip and knee replacements.
BMC Health Services Research, 2016
Case study evaluating the benefits of using My Clinical Outcomes to support and enhance the care of a 62 year old patient with acute knee injury over 2 years.
International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, 2015
A randomised crossover study using the Coons et al. ISPOR taskforce recommendations concluded that remote ePRO collection using My Clinical Outcomes has excellent equivalence to paper PRO collection.
The Journal of Arthroplasty, 2014
A study looking at initial uptake of My Clinical Outcomes in an orthopaedic service showed that 94% of patients listed for an operation were able to register and complete a score online.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2014
A study to determine whether a web-based PROMs system has the potential to provide satisfactory patient compliance and whether compiled data are equivalent to pen-and-paper PROMs data.
The Journal of Long-term Effects of Medical Implants, 2013
An early evaluation of the NHS National PROMs Programme for hip and knee replacements, highlighting limitations and the opportunity for how digital tools such as My Clinical Outcomes can add value.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2012