The Case for Case-based OUTCOMES MEASUREMENT

MANY PROVIDERS think they don't have the time, money, knowledge, or skills to do outcomes measurement that will determine how effective the activity was in changing participants' behavior and improving patients' health. Testing participants using standardized patients, where actors portray patients with a specific condition for doctors to diagnose, is difficult to do unless you're near a medical school that can provide trained patient surrogates. And chart audits, another gold standard

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