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Hand and Wrist Conditions

The standard set

Professionals Open
Review Survey

The Working Group of Hand & Wrist have developed a proposed list of outcomes, tools, case-mix and timepoints for the finger, thumb, wrist, nerve and severe trauma tracks that they feel are the most important for the Hand & Wrist Standard set. If you are a professional please use the link provided below to give us your feedback on the Hand & Wrist Standard set:

Open Review: http://bit.ly/HandWristOR

Patient Validation Survey

The Working Group of Hand & Wrist have developed a proposed list of outcomes for the finger, thumb, wrist, nerve and severe trauma tracks that they feel represent the most important concepts that should be routinely asked about in doctors' offices in order to determine a patient’s current health status and to monitor changes over time. If you are a patient that suffers hand & wrist issues there are specific surveys for the following tracks: finger, thumb, wrist, nerve and severe trauma. Please provide us with your feedback by completing the relevant survey. The links are below:

Thumb Track: http://bit.ly/HWThumbPatienteval

Wrist Track: http://bit.ly/HWWristPatienteval

Finger Track: http://bit.ly/HWFingerPatienteval

Severe Trauma Track or Nerve Track: http://bit.ly/SevereTraumaNervePV

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A brief overview of the most important outcomes for patients relating to this ICHOM Standard Set.

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