Upcoming Projects in Digital Clinical Measures: Developing core measure sets
DiMe is launching several new projects focused on the development of core measure sets.

The first was recently announced on Alzheimer's and Related Dementias (ADRD), and is actively finalizing partners for an April kickoff with the project team. The goal of this work is to describe globally meaningful aspects of health and define an optimized set of core digital clinical measures that address patient, carepartner, and clinical unmet need.  

Two additional projects will follow, the first of which will likely launch in the latter part of 2022 and early 2023. These will be focused on defining an optimized set of core digital clinical measures that address patient, carepartner, and clinical unmet need for aspects of health that span multiple therapeutic areas and in a domain where digital clinical measurement capabilities are already well advanced. These projects will focus on physical activity and sleep respectively.

If your company has expertise in this topic, your organization is invited to be considered to support this work through participation and sponsorship. If your company is interested in being involved, let us know in this form and we will reach out on next steps in the coming weeks or months as those projects get underway
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What is your name? *
What is your email? *
What organization are you with that is interested in this project? *
Which core measure set project(s) are you interested in?
Please provide the name and email of any colleagues who should also be looped into a discussion about participating in this project. For instance, if you are not the leader of the group that will make the decision to participate in this project, provide the appropriate person here.
Share more about your experience and expertise in each arena of core measures indicated above. *
Thanks for your interest in these projects! We will be in touch in the coming weeks or months as appropriate!
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