Alternatively, Gönen and Heller’s measure could be considered, especially if censoring is very high, but we suggest that the prediction model is re-calibrated first.
The Performance and Results Web Site will assist you in understanding how performance is measured, reported, and evaluated at ETA.
As a type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA), Performance Outcome assessments (Perf Os) specifically refer to task(s) performed by a patient according to instructions administered by a health care professional.
While the Patient Reported Outcome guidance (FDA/SEALD Guidance for Industry 2009) provides a useful framework, Perf Os do present specific challenges.
In Soap UI the possibilities for asserting the performance and underlying functionality (via the Step Status assertion) are many.
As requested by Wisconsin DHS Meta Star validates performance measures submitted by MCOs/HMOs, in order to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the measures, and to provide recommendations to the MCOs/HMOs in order to improve performance measures monitoring.
An extensive simulation study based on two clinical datasets was conducted to investigate the performance of the measures in external validation settings.
Measures were selected from categories that assess the overall performance, discrimination and calibration of a survival prediction model.
The configured assertions are continuously applied to Load Test results and can fail the Load Test just like their functional counterpart. You can also take your performance testing to the next level by using Load UI NG Pro.
With this tool you can distribute your load testing on local and cloud instances, monitor your server resources as your API is put under varying loads, automate your tests with just a few clicks and create performance tests quickly with pre-configured load templates.