List of abbreviations:CAT (computer adaptive test), EHR (electronic health record), KTA (Knowledge-to-Action Framework), NQF (National Quality Forum), PROM (patient-reported outcome measure), PROMIS (Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System), QOL (quality of life), SCI (spinal cord injury), SCI-QOL (Spinal Cord Injury-Quality of Life measurement system)
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Supported by the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation's Psychosocial Rehabilitation portfolio's Implementing SCI-QOL into Clinical Practice to Enhance Patient Engagement, awarded to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.
Disclosures: Ian D. Graham is a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Foundation Grant Recipient (FDN grant no. 143237). The other authors have nothing to disclose.
This paper is part of a supplement from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.