What is the difference between a PRO and a PROM

Definition: Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO)

A PRO is defined as any information on the outcomes of health care obtained directly from patients without modification by clinicians or other health care professionals.

Definition: Patient-Reported Outcome Measure (PROM)

A PROM is a survey that captures a patient’s self-assessment of health including status (mental, physical), function, symptoms, and health related quality of life (HRQL). It is an important research tool used in PRO programs.

Both PROs and PROMs are included in AJRR's Level III data specifications. Click here to see AJRR's full data specifications list.

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