A (US) National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored project for developing and evaluating patient-reported outcome item banks and computer adaptive testing for pain, fatigue, physical function, social function and emotional well-being.
This year $8.6 million will be spent to begin implementing a new police management system to replace PROMIS. The new system will consolidate five systems into one simpler, more robust case management package, meaning less desk time for frontline police officers during their shifts.
The PROMIS network of seven collaborating centers will develop a publicly available, adaptable, and sustainable system for assessing self-reported symptoms across a wide range of health conditions that affect a large proportion of the American public.
Enhanced Promis allows an intelligence agency to amass a wide range of information on its targets, including details of their phone calls, their consumption of home utilities like water electricity and gas, their credit cards, airline tickets bought and so on.