Creating and Ensuring Transparency
It is critical that methods used to develop or update Patient Centered-Core Impact Sets (PC-CIS) be transparent, particularly when it comes to patient centricity. It must be clear who was engaged in the process, how, and when. All stakeholders involved and their contributions should be acknowledged. Methods for collecting and analyzing data, prioritization and consensus building processes, and other actions should be clear and provide enough detail that a reader can assess the soundness and rationale. It is important that documentation of methods be planned for in advance to ensure completeness, accuracy, consolidation, and transparency. Policies should be in place to ensure document storage and retention so that a PC-CIS can be assessed by all potential users and those who will add information in the future.
Potential resources include:
Arthritis Use Cases