eHealthier set to introduce ePROMs platform into general practice

Electronic patient-reported outcome measures (ePROMS) specialist eHealthier is set to launch a new platform of apps aimed at general practice to introduce PROMs into day-to-day clinical care in the primary care setting.

The Sydney company is also developing a questionnaire aimed at primary health networks (PHNs) to do population surveys for health needs assessments, along with a separate one for state health departments and local health districts for their data requirements.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PREMs and PROMs, eHealthier

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