Table 1

A 15-question online survey was developed with input from PCPs, PRO programme leadership and hospital leadership

QuestionResponse N (%)
Which primary care site do you mostly practice at?Selection of PCP sites
Approximately how many patients do you see each week?Responses: 114
 <1512 (11)
 15–3032 (28)
 31–4538 (33)
 >4532 (28)
How many years have you been in practice?Responses: 115
 <517 (15)
 5–1528 (24)
 16–3044 (38)
 >3026 (23)
What is your gender?Responses: 114
 Male45 (39)
 Female69 (61)
Do you currently use smart blocks (boxes to click to fill in patient data) in Epic to write your notes?Responses: 115
 Yes42 (37)
 No73 (63)
Do you know where to find Patient-reported Outcome Meausures/Patient-reported Data?Responses: 114
 Yes103 (90)
 No11 (10)
Do you review PROMs/PRD with the patient?Responses: 115
 Yes89 (77)
 No26 (23)
Are you aware of any patient complaints regarding PROMs/PRD?Responses: 115
 Yes60 (52)
 No55 (48)
What are the top three barriers to using PROMs/PRD in your opinion?Responses: 115
Of the 9 PROMs/PRD you collect for your patients, how helpful do you find the following questions?Responses: 1,032*
 Very unhelpful64 (6)
 Somewhat unhelpful146 (14)
 Neutral243 (24)
 Helpful310 (30)
 Very Helpful212 (21)
 N/A57 (6)
Do you find the review of systems questions helpfulResponses: 115
 Yes76 (66)
 No39 (34)
Are there any other data you wish were collected?Responses: 114
 Yes87 (76)
 No27 (24)
Please take a look at the following PRD sample output (screenshot of actual PROMs format shown). How easy are these data format to understand?Responses: 114
 Very easy14 (12)
 Somewhat easy29 (25)
 Neutral18 (16)
 Difficult35 (31)
 Very difficult18 (16)
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  • *Responses from all nine PROMs/PRD were combined.

  • PCP, primary care physician; PRO, patient-reported outcome.