Health Data Palooza 2015 Talking about missing Data
Realtime notes from day 3 of the HealthData Palooza 2015 (#HDPalooza) in Washington DC.
Glyn Elwyn, BA, MD, MSc, PhD, Physician-Researcher, The Dartmouth Institute for Health & Clinical Practice
Missing Data…. Preference Diagnosis
Health Care is changing before our eyes.
Patient will have choice and the patient will pick the treatments that they prefer.
The decision will then be integrated in to the treatment pathway.
People have to be informed before they make a decision.
Information should be free of competing interests. eg. the Pharma company or Device manufacturer.
CollaboRATE – designed with patients at Dartmouth.
Simple 30 second survey with 10 point score (0 to 9).
- How much effort was made to help you understand your health issue?
How much effort was made to listen to the things that matter most to you about your health issues?
How much effort was made to include what matters most to you in choosing what to do next?
People act in their own interests.
Decision making is not easy.
We have zero data on informed patient preference.
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