The mission of the McGill Centre for Health Measurement is to engage patients, family members, and community partners, to learn about their experiences and preferences and work with clinical and policy partners toinclude patient-reported outcomes throughout healthcare services, the community, and research.
The vision of the center is to incorporate the experiences and preferences of patients in research, education, and clinical care to deliver value-based health care in an equitable manner and improve the health of the population.
The goals and objectives of a McGill Centre for Health Measurement are to:
Improve methods and harmonize patient-centered tools for evaluating health.
Strengthen linkages with partners to harmonize global health measurement.
Consolidate and disseminate best practices in use of PROMs.
Embed person-centered measures within digital health innovations.
Provide technical and strategic advice to help health stakeholders find the right measurement tools.
Bridge discovery from basic science through implementation to inform health research and care.
Train the next generation of population health researchers in measurement, mixed methods, and implementation science.