Patient-reported outcomes and experiences study

This guidance is part of a guide to evaluating digital health products. Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs) are used to assess the quality of healthcare experiences, focusing on patients. These measures help healthcare providers, commissioners and other stakeholders to make informed changes to their services. Showing the benefits of your intervention to the patient and healthcare delivery is important if you aim to have your digital product or service embedded within the healthcare system. The NICE evidence framework for digital health technologies (tier 3a products) recommends including patient-reported outcomes in comparative studies to provide evidence of the effectiveness of your digital product or service.…

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