- •PROMIS ePRO assessments can identify severe cancer symptoms in gynecologic oncology.
- •Patients find PROMIS ePROs easy to complete and helpful in addressing symptoms.
- •PROMIS identification of severe symptoms increases referral to supportive services.
- •Longitudinal studies must assess if ePRO scores improve with referral utilization.
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