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Overall Adult Health

The standard set

The ICHOM Standard Set for Overall Adult Health, is the result of hard work by a group of leading physicians, measurement experts, and patient advisors. It represents the outcomes that matter most to adults who have Good health/No disease, Well controlled disease and Poorly controlled disease . We urge all providers around the world to start measuring these outcomes to better understand how to improve the lives of their service users.

  1. Defined by Self-reported Health Status
  2. Defined by Physical Health/Well-being/Physical Functioning
  3. Defined by Functional Health Status/Disability/Autonomy/Dependence/Activities of Daily Living
  4. Defined by Role/(Psycho) Social Functioning
  5. Defined by Interpersonal Functioning
  6. Defined by Work Related Functioning/Limitations
  7. Tracked via the PROMIS Scale v1.2- Global Health
  8. Tracked via the WHO (Five) Wellbeing Index (WHO5)
  9. Tracked via the WHO Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0 (WHO-DAS 12)
  10. Outcomes will not have an individual score

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STANDARD SET MATERIALS

Standard Set materials have moved to ICHOM Connect and are still available free of charge. Please log in or register to gain access to unlimited ICHOM resources at a single click of a button. There, you can also indicate your interest in receiving updates about and implementing the Standard Set.

Available materials:

  • Flyer – a brief overview of the most important outcomes for patients relating to this ICHOM Standard Set.
  • Reference Guide – a complete overview of the ICHOM Standard Set, including definitions for each measure and selected PROM instruments, time points for collection, and associated risk factors.
  • Data Dictionary – an index of the outcomes and case-mix variables included in the standard set, how to code them, and the information you need to collect when implementing the outcomes in practice.
  • Press Release
  • Published Articles
  • Additional materials

Team that developed this standard

Project team

Chair | Jose M. Valderas | University of Exeter
Research Fellow | Andrea Albagli | ICHOM
Research Fellow | Jaheeda Gangannagaripalli | University of Exeter
Programme Manager | Stacie Myers | ICHOM
Project Manager | Andria Joseph / Anna Clarke | ICHOM
Research Associate | Sarah Whittaker / Lucy Matkin | ICHOM

Australia

Catherine Katz | Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Health Care
Jo Lunn | We Help Ourselves (WHOS)
Mel Tinsley | Agency for Clinical Innovation
Serena Joyner* | Health Consumers NSW

Belgium

Kaisa Immonen*

Brazil

Marcelo Pio de Almeida Fleck | Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Canada

Carolyn Canfield*

France

Michael van de Berg | OECD

Hong Kong

Cindy Lam | University of Hong Kong

Israel

Eyal Zimlichman | Sheba Medical Center

Netherlands

Jan Hazelzet | Erasmus University Medical Center

Spain

Jordi Alonso | IMIM Hospital del Mar Research Institute; CIBERESP

Sweden

John Chaplin | Gothenberg University

United Kingdom

Alastair Roeves | Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Bae Abertawe Swansea Bay University Health Board
Fiona McKenzie*

United States

Caleb Stowell | Providence
Carolyn Kerrigan | The Dartmouth Institute
Chris Gibbons | University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine
Ira Byock | Providence
Irene Katzen | Cleveland Clinic
Rachel Hess | University of Utah
Timothy Switaj | U.S. Army

Uruguay

Juan Dapueto | Universidad de la Republica
*Patient advisor

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