Health-related quality of life measures and social determinants of health in a large US national survey
Internal Dataset

Alternate Titles(s): Developing the PROMIS-preference score for monitoring population health outcomes

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Author(s): Hanmer, Janel*+ * Corresponding Author + University of Pittsburgh Author

This dataset was generated from a cross sectional survey of 4142 US adults age 18 and older and includes demographics, 7 Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) domains with 2 items each, PROMIS-preference (PROPr) score, self-rated health (SRH), 30 social determinants of health (SDoH), and 12 chronic medical conditions.

The survey was offered in English and Spanish, both online and by phone in December 2018. Participants were selected from the AmeriSpeak Panel maintained by NORC at the University of Chicago using sampling strata based on age, race, Hispanic ethnicity, education, and gender. NORC provided demographic information about the sample, latitude and longitude of the participants’ household, and the sampling weights necessary to make nationally representative estimates.

The associated publications used this dataset to assess the sensitivity of SRH questions, PROMIS domains, and PROPr scores to SDoH and chronic medical conditions.

Geographic Coverage
United States
Subject of Study
Population Age
Subject Sex

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