Despite a significant increase in PROMs-related academic output, systematic implementation of PROMs in the clinical setting is lacking. This talk will review the obstacles to implementing PROMs by exploring the perspectives of various stakeholders including physicians and hospital leaders.
Danny Mou is a general surgery chief resident at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Harvard College and his medical degree at Emory University. During his research tour, he was a Harvard Medical School Scholar in Quality and Safety and a Torchiana Fellow in Healthcare Health Policy and Management. He also obtained an MPH degree in Health Management from the Harvard School of Public Health. Next year, he will be a Minimally-invasive Surgery Fellow at Emory University.