Promoting Excellence : Telephone Interview (PhoenixCare)

Name:
PhoenixCare Every 3 Month Telephone Interview

Definition:
This telephonic tool is used to interview patients about activities of daily living, health status, pain and other symptoms and quality of life.

Category:
Clinical Care Tools - Clinical Assessment Tools

Source:
PhoenixCare Hospice of the Valley
1510 East Flower Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014

Contact:
Barbara Volk-Craft
[email protected]

How the grantee used this instrument:
This telephone interview was conducted by a contracted polling agency and the information gathered contributed toward the research component of the study.

Keywords:
patient interview, symptom assessment

To use this tool:
You may print and copy this tool for your own use via the link under "To view this tool." Please credit source.

References:
This questionnaire includes the SF-36 Health Survey and is reproduced with permission of the Medical Outcomes Trust, Copyright 1992.

To view this tool:
To view the tool in your browser left-click on the link below or to download to your computer right-click on the link.
pdf PDF 84 KB / 10 pages

Posted June 26, 2003

Hospice of the Valley/PhoenixCare overview page


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