Disease-specific Health Surveys
Our disease-specific health surveys measure the impact of a particular disease on an individual’s functional health and well-being. These surveys gather vital patient-reported outcome data that is useful in identifying patients in need of treatment and assessing treatment effectiveness. They can also assess change in disease control over time in a variety of settings, including clinical practice, disease management and clinical trials.
Disease-specific health surveys can be used alone, or paired with an SF™ Health Survey for a more comprehensive measurement of overall health status. Our disease-specific health surveys are available in a variety of modes of administration, as well as numerous language translations.
Asthma Control Test (ACT)
The Asthma Control Test™ (ACT™) is a five question health survey used to measure asthma control in individuals 12 years of age and older. The survey measures the elements of asthma control as defined by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). ACT™ is an efficient, reliable and valid method of measuring asthma control, with or without, lung functioning measures such as spirometry.
COPD Population Screener (COPD-PS)
Hepatitis Quality of Life Questionnaire (HQLQv2)
The Hepatitis Quality of Life Questionnaire™ Version 2 (HQLQv2™) is a two-part survey constructed to assess the functional health and well-being of patients with chronic hepatitis C. It includes the SF-36v2® Health Survey and 15 additional questions that measure other generic health concepts particularly relevant in assessing the impact of hepatitis (e.g. health distress, positive well-being) and disease-specific concepts (e.g. hepatitis-specific functional limitations, hepatitis-specific distress).