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Endocrinology patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) effectively support the assessment and treatment of patients with symptoms related to growth and development, metabolism, sexual function and reproduction, and consequences to quality of life.
Examples of common Endocrinology PROMs in OutcomeMD:
ConditionPROM PROM use in literature
Aging Male Syndrome
  • Aging Male Symptom Scale (AMS)
  • Androgen Deficiency in the Aging Male (ADAM) Questionnaire
AMS useADAM use
  • Diabetes Symptom Checklist – Revised (DSC-R)
DSC-R use
  • Obesity-Specific Quality of Life (OSQoL) Index
OSQol use
All endocrine conditions including hyperparathyroid disease, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) validated person-centred measures to track all relevant symptoms including:
    • Fatigue
    • Physical function
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Sleep disturbance
    Below are links for more information on OutcomeMD’s use of
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Additionally, as the technology partner of the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM), OutcomeMD works to respect ICHOM’s recommended PROMs for diabetes when possible.

For endocrine conditions that encompass more than one patient area or domain (for example, obesity + physical function + general health), OutcomeMD has developed clusters of multiple PROs based on validated medical literature. With our PRO clusters, you will always have a comprehensive view of how your patient is progressing.

The value of OutcomeMD to Endocrinology:

  • Improve your patients’ health and identify clinically relevant changes through routine outcome tracking
  • The use of a well-validated patient reported outcome measure (PROM) by patients with thyroid disease can quickly identify responses to treatment and guide decision-making1
  • Easily monitor symptom burden, disease control and emotional health to comprehensively assess patients and identify those with suboptimal disease control
  • Over 50% of patients with Type 1 diabetes do not meet their glycemic control goals, and psychological and psychosocial barriers are a major contributing factor. Consequently, several diabetes guidelines recommend routine assessment of psychological wellness34.
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1 Carlier IVE, Meuldijk D, Van Vliet IM, Van Fenema E, Van der Wee NJA, Zitman FG. Routine outcome monitoring and feedback on physical or mental health status: evidence and theory. J Eval Clin Pract 2012;18(1):104-10.
2 Brodey BB, Cuffel B, McCulloch J, et al. The acceptability and effectiveness of patient-reported assessments and feedback in a managed behavioral healthcare setting. Am J Manag Care 2005;11(12):774-80.
3 Hannan C, Lambert MJ, Harmon C, et al. A lab test and algorithms for identifying clients at risk for treatment failure. J Clin Psychol 2005;61(2):155-63.
We routinely add new, validated PROMs into OutcomeMD to ensure that you can track all patient outcomes that will allow you to optimize care management. If you would like to send your patients a PROM that is not yet available in our software platform, let us know.
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With OutcomeMD, your patients with good outcomes can now publicly celebrate their improvement with ease by posting on their social media accounts (lead generation) and on your review sites (reputation management)!


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