HealthMeasures consists of four precise, flexible, and comprehensive measurement systems that assess physical, mental, and social health, symptoms, well-being and life satisfaction; along with sensory, motor, and cognitive function.

FDA uses PROMIS® to Evaluate Fatigue in Patients Taking Jakafi for Myelofibrosis

An exploratory analysis of patients receiving Jakafi also showed improvement in fatigue-related symptoms and associated impacts on daily activities as measured by the PROMIS Fatigue 7-item short form T-score at Week 24. Patients who achieved a reduction of 4.5 points or more from baseline to Week 24 in the PROMIS Fatigue total score were considered to have achieved a fatigue response. Fatigue response was reported in 35% of patients in the Jakafi group versus 14% of the patients in the placebo group.

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PROMIS®

Self-reported and parent-reported measures of global, physical, mental, and social health for adults and children in the general population and those living with a chronic condition

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Neuro-QoL

Self-reported and proxy-reported measures of physical, mental, and social health for adults and children living with a neurological condition

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ASCQ-Me®

Self-reported measures of physical, mental, and social health for adults living with sickle cell disease

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NIH Toolbox®

Performance tests of cognitive, motor, and sensory function and self-reported measures of emotional function for adults and children in the general population and those living with a chronic condition

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