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2017 Sherman Award Winners

Patient-Reported Outcomes: Data Makes a Difference

Editor’s Note: Congratulations to the PROMIS Team at the University of Rochester in New York for their work on the UR VOICE program. For this patient-reported outcomes program, which has gathered more than one million scores to date, they were award a Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement at the National Patient¬†Safety¬†Foundation’s Patient Safety […]


Allison McIntyre Allison W. McIntyre, MPH, CCRC, is clinical program administrator for patient reported outcomes at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, New York. She received her bachelor of science degree from Cornell University and her masters degree in public health from the University of Rochester and has spent the last 30 years working in the medical field, primarily as a clinical research coordinator. As the senior health project coordinator for the Department of Orthopaedics at URMC, Allison managed a busy clinical research team and more than 100 research studies while also coordinating the pilot collections of patient reported outcomes in a clinical setting. This early work, and additional effort by a great team of dedicated individuals, has resulted in an efficient and effective collection system that tracks patient reported pain interference, physical function status and mood in outpatient clinics across URMC. She can be reached at allisonw_mcintyre@urmc.rochester.edu.

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