Providers are beginning to incorporate patient-reported outcome information into their records, but the level of that activity remains low, a recent survey has found.

Only 18 percent of respondents said their organization always reviews patient-reported outcomes (PRO) to guide care, but 72 percent who rarely or never review PROs indicated they will start using that information within one to three years.

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