Oxford University Innovation’s Clinical Outcomes manages the provision (licensing) and support of high quality clinical outcome assessments (COA) developed at the University of Oxford and elsewhere. The vast majority of our measures are Patient Reported Outcome (PRO) Measures (or sometimes referred to as PROMs).
We provide licences for some of the most respected and widely deployed outcome measures used by the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare providers, academia and medical device manufacturers.
The Clinical Outcomes team can also provide expert advice on the development and psychometric validation of new COAs and PROs, as well as the use of our own and other health outcome measures.
HASMID-10 preference-based utility tool now available! Health economists can now build Quality-Adjusted Life Year (QALY) evidence in support of their interventions around the self-management of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.