Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)
Patient Reported Outcome Measures, sometimes called ‘PROMs’, are questionnaires that ask patients about their health before and after an operation. They help to measure the results or outcome of the operation from the patient’s point of view.
All patients who are undergoin the following procedures are being invited to complete these PROM’s questionnaires:
- Hip Replacement Surgery
- Knee Replacement Surgery
- Groin Hernia Surgery
- Carpal Tunnel Surgery
- Cataract Surgery
- A Range of Cosmetic Procedures
The purpose of the questionnaire is to collect information about the quality of healthcare services. The information collected will be used to produce statistics about the quality of healthcare services offered by different healthcare providers. These statistics will be used to measure and improve the quality of healthcare services.
A leaflet containing useful information and FAQs can be found here
Your help would be greatly appreciated, but it is not compulsory. But if you do not wish to take part, do not complete the questionnaire. Thank you.