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Healthy Days Measures Case Study

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Since 1993, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) measures quality of life in various research and program planning activities. They look at four core questions known as “Healthy Days Measures,” that are useful for determining the health-related quality of a patient’s life following a medial event. In contrast, a number of studies cited below found other instruments more useful than the CDC measure. Information on the CDC measure helped establish my finding that measuring quality of life for trauma patients following trauma center discharge is needed.
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