OECD & ICHOM to Collaborate on International Comparison of Patient-Reported Outcomes, January 2017



The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has, on behalf of its 35 member countries, begun a project to understand how to better collect and report internationally comparative outcomes data that represents health system performance based not on inputs and activities but on the outcomes of care from the patient's perspective. The project includes a commitment to work with ICHOM, among other organisations such as the WHO and Commonwealth Fund, to extend and deepen the benchmarking of patient-reported performance indicators across the 35 member countries.

Click here for more on the collaboration and here for details about the project.

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