A mixed methods analysis of quality of life among late-life patients diagnosed with chronic illnesses.
Senior Researcher, Optum Division of Health Economics and Outcomes Research, 11000 Optum Circle, Eden Prairie, MN, 55344, USA. [email protected]
Data Scientist, Sentience Data and Analytics, Honeywell, Inc., 12001 Hwy 55, Plymouth, MN, 55441, USA.
- Published Article
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes
Springer (Biomed Central Ltd.)
- Publication Date
Nov 16, 2017
QOL domains exist in different trajectories. Despite physical and functional decline, participant ratings of emotional QOL maintain and ratings of social QOL improve at end of life. Understanding the processes through which participants countered declining QOL may help providers identify how to best support and promote improved QOL for patients during their final months.
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