PRO Measures

Patient-reported outcome data is powerful.  There are many validated PRO surveys, and selecting the correct measures to use is key to success. Choosing PRO measures is no easy task, but we’ve got you covered. We highlight the good, the bad, and the nuances associated with the most commonly used PRO tools. 

PRO Measures Guides

PRO Measures Blog Posts

Pediatric QuickDASH

Pediatric QuickDASH

The tools in this guide on Pediatric QuickDASH are the most popular measures in the CODE universe.  They also happen to be..

The Simple Shoulder Test

The Simple Shoulder Test

What is the Simple Shoulder Test? - A Focus on Functional Ability The Simple Shoulder Test (SST) was created by the Shoulder Team at the University...

What is the Forgotten Joint Score?

What is the Forgotten Joint Score?

What is the Forgotten Joint Score (FJS) and When is it Used?Awareness Over Pain Created in 2012, the Forgotten Joint Score (FJS) is a...

KOOS JR.

KOOS JR.

The Knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score, Joint Replacement (KOOS, JR.) is a new outcome reporting measure, validated in 2015. KOOS, JR. has...

(iHOT-33) International Hip Outcome Tool

(iHOT-33) International Hip Outcome Tool

The iHOT-33 is a PRO tool that was designed for use in younger active patients that present with a variety of hip pathologies that require hip arthroscopy.

HOOS JR.

HOOS JR.

A comprehensive overview of the HOOS, JR. patient-reported outcome measure; this includes strengths, considerations and licensing information.

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