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Integrating evidence-based practices for increasing cancer screenings in safety net health systems: a multiple case study using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research

Shuting Liang, Michelle C. Kegler, Megan Cotter, Emily Phillips, Derrick Beasley, April Hermstad, Rentonia Morton, Jeremy Martinez, Kara Riehman
2015 Implementation Science  
Guided by the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR), our study aims to fill this gap with a multiple case study of health care safety net systems that were funded by an American Cancer  ...  Three were from the inner setting domain: leadership engagement, tension for change, and access to information and knowledge.  ...  Kegler's contribution was also supported by the Intervention Development, Dissemination, and Implementation developmental shared resource, a core supported by the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-016-0477-4 pmid:27485452 pmcid:PMC4970264 fatcat:g2iqfo2hbnahnn4ia4xnmpbm5m

Commissioning for long-term conditions: hearing the voice of and engaging users – a qualitative multiple case study

Stephen Peckham, Patricia Wilson, Lorraine Williams, Jane Smiddy, Sally Kendall, Fiona Brooks, Joanne Reay, Douglas Smallwood, Linda Bloomfield
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
; and (5) identify how patient groups/patient representatives get their voice heard and what mechanisms and processes patients and the public use to make their voice heard.MethodsWe used a case study design  ...  examining the experience of PPEI in three LTC groups – diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and neurological conditions – through three in-depth case studies.  ...  Acknowledgements 97 Acknowledgements W e would like to extend our thanks to all the service users, patient representatives and members of staff who participated in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02440 fatcat:voabfeuwfzhrhptffwrkgzgcem

The Self-Review Stories Of Seven First-Taker Board Passers In The Philippine Nursing Licensure Examination (P.N.L.E.): A Multiple Case Study

Nerison M. Ocampo, Gerardo L. Ed.D. Guiuan
2016 Zenodo  
A multiple explanatory and exploratory case study was used to reveal the answers of the participants to those questions. Specifically, the study sought to answer the following: 1.)  ...  The study closes with a document titled "Marks of a Self-reviewee Board Passer", developed out of the case participants' stories, highlighting their review strategies, practical tips, and lessons learned  ...  The study addressed these requirements by discussing and making public the researcher's experience, attention and description of the processes within the study were reported in detail, thereby enabling  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.159057 fatcat:nm4fvivrtvb55jo2t2j7qrgddi

Analytic Hierarchy Process [chapter]

2011 Multiple Attribute Decision Making  
Doolen Performance measurement is a process that begins with a decision on what to measure followed by identifying proper metrics and data sources.  ...  While there is substantial literature devoted to measuring the performance of hospitals and clinics in  ...  One of the main problems associated with having multiple metrics is the costs associated with collecting and analyzing data for multiple metrics.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b11032-4 fatcat:aden3e7ngncobkuejaggudchxq

Analytic hierarchy process [chapter]

2013 Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis  
Doolen Performance measurement is a process that begins with a decision on what to measure followed by identifying proper metrics and data sources.  ...  While there is substantial literature devoted to measuring the performance of hospitals and clinics in  ...  One of the main problems associated with having multiple metrics is the costs associated with collecting and analyzing data for multiple metrics.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118644898.ch2 fatcat:enar4pmbazhs3nycd3toeu72om

Mental Status Documentation: Information Quality and Data Processes

Charlene Weir, Bryan Gibson, Teresa Taft, Stacey Slager, Lacey Lewis, Nancy Staggers
2017 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Delirium is a fluctuating disturbance of cognition and/or consciousness associated with poor outcomes.  ...  A semi-structured telephone interview focused on current assessment, documentation, and communication processes, as well as clinical and administrative decision-making was conducted, audio-recorded and  ...  , 2) decision-making processes for staffing and resource use, and 3) practices for communication between and within the various clinical roles.  ... 
pmid:28269919 pmcid:PMC5333230 fatcat:qhv2mlmmcba6ldtxewrt7pcyam

The analytic hierarchy process

1990 European Journal of Operational Research  
Doolen Performance measurement is a process that begins with a decision on what to measure followed by identifying proper metrics and data sources.  ...  While there is substantial literature devoted to measuring the performance of hospitals and clinics in  ...  One of the main problems associated with having multiple metrics is the costs associated with collecting and analyzing data for multiple metrics.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0377-2217(90)90209-t fatcat:ley7g4pqyzfclfmn2ra3nd4kba

Decision-making and evidence use during the process of prenatal record review in Canada: a multiphase qualitative study

Sonia Semenic, Nancy Edwards, Shahirose Premji, Joanne Olson, Beverly Williams, Phyllis Montgomery
2015 BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth  
Phase 2, was a qualitative comparative case study of PRC factors influencing evidence-use and decision-making in five selected jurisdictions.  ...  PRC decision-making was complex, revealing the competing functions of the prenatal record as a clinical guide, documentation tool and data source.  ...  We used a qualitative multiple-case design with embedded units of analysis [30] to allow for in-depth examination of contextual factors influencing PRC decision-making.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12884-015-0503-6 pmid:25881034 pmcid:PMC4389923 fatcat:ctpxhugdkrfvzaalxzf73hg2xy

From Recombination to Reconfiguration: affording Process Innovation in Digital Infrastructures

Egil Øvrelid, Alexander Moltubakk Kempton
2019 European Conference on Information Systems  
Our analysis builds on an in-depth case study at a Norwegian hospital, which has recently gone through a large-scale digitalization and innovation project.  ...  First, we identify a set of affordances and how they are configured together to innovate processes in a hospital.  ...  In clinical work, this can be satisfactory as clinical personnel manually combine resources from different digital systems in their decision making (Mønstad et al., 2018) .  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OvrelidK19 fatcat:eyjait2y6fdxhhmk4o6hu4qxqq

Collective Mindfulness and Processes of Sensemaking in Health IT Implementation

Valentina Lichtner, Johanna I Westbrook
2019 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
For example, applied to a case of electronic health record implementation in a hospital context, the theory explains how mindful management of the sense-making challenges of post-roll out adaptation processes  ...  However, in the theory of collective mindfulness, attention is paid not to individual cognition or decision making, but to collective processes of sensemaking emerging from individuals' interactions in  ...  Acknowledgments Valentina Lichtner received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie-Skłodowska Curie Grant Agreement number 740131.  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti190115 pmid:31411156 fatcat:2veeuvbjobfqva6ko354cydoly

Implementation and Evaluation of a Laboratory Safety Process Improvement Toolkit

Bethany M. Kwan, Douglas Fernald, Peter Ferrarone, Natalia Loskutova, Jodi Summers Holtrop, Elizabeth W. Staton, John M. Westfall
2019 Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine  
The purpose of this project was to evaluate the real-world usability and usefulness of a revised version of the published Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality "Improving Your Office Testing Process  ...  " toolkit, designed to help primary care practices standardize and systematize laboratory testing processes.  ...  The authors thank all participants of this project. We would like to acknowledge the AAFP National Research Network Members and staff for providing essential support for this project.  ... 
doi:10.3122/jabfm.2019.02.180109 pmid:30850450 fatcat:ua6tcg4yxbgkhfnlpdxikgdgty

A qualitative systematic review of studies using the normalization process theory to research implementation processes

Rachel McEvoy, Luciana Ballini, Susanna Maltoni, Catherine A O'Donnell, Frances S Mair, Anne MacFarlane
2014 Implementation Science  
Normalization Process Theory (NPT) provides a set of sociological tools to understand and explain the social processes through which new or modified practices of thinking, enacting, and organizing work  ...  Conclusions: NPT offers a generalizable framework that can be applied across contexts with opportunities for incremental knowledge gain over time and an explicit framework for analysis, which can explain  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the contributions of Carl May and Tracy Finch to earlier drafts of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-9-2 pmid:24383661 pmcid:PMC3905960 fatcat:zxy7lk7tsbb4njhgtkrgt4s6k4

Interpretive Flexibility Along the Innovation Decision Process of the UK NHS Care Records Service (NCRS)

Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Reshma Gandecha
2007 International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction  
a technology is and can or can not do during the process of technological development.  ...  Our analysis shows that while the policy makers acting upon the application of details related to the implementation of the system, the potential users are far behind the innovation decision process namely  ...  DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS THEORY AND ITS CRITIQUES Diffusion of innovations is a complex longitudinal process, which in the case of individual adopters is mainly concerned with the process of decision making  ... 
doi:10.4018/jthi.2007040101 fatcat:vc5zlp7do5euxc7rlzy35ecivy

Uncovering the processes of knowledge transformation: the example of local evidence-informed policy-making in United Kingdom healthcare

John Gabbay, Andrée le May, Catherine Pope, Emer Brangan, Ailsa Cameron, Jonathan H. Klein, Lesley Wye
2020 Health Research Policy and Systems  
We analysed the data thematically using a constant comparison method with a coding framework and developed structured summaries consisting of 20–50 pages for each case-study site.  ...  Working in the complex environment of healthcare decision-making, they have to rely on forms of (practical, contextual) knowledge quite different from that produced by researchers.  ...  Availability of data and materials The datasets generated and/or analysed during the current study are not publicly available due to commercial confidentiality but are available from the corresponding  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12961-020-00587-9 pmid:32988405 fatcat:a7ks2zqnuzgxxefjov5gnzr774

How 6 Organizations Developed Tools and Processes for Social Determinants of Health Screening in Primary Care

Kate LaForge, Rachel Gold, Erika Cottrell, Arwen E. Bunce, Michelle Proser, Celine Hollombe, Katie Dambrun, Deborah J. Cohen, Khaya D. Clark
2018 The journal of ambulatory care management  
We describe the processes recently used by 6 organizations to develop SDH screening tools for ambulatory care and the barriers they faced during those efforts.  ...  The organizations prioritized avoiding redundant data collection, integrating SDH screening into existing workflows, and addressing diverse clinic needs.  ...  One organization (case study 5) chose to draft its own case study based on themes within the interview guide, which was then edited through an iterative process between the lead authors and the author  ... 
doi:10.1097/jac.0000000000000221 pmid:28990990 pmcid:PMC5705433 fatcat:hqrp2xufmbeb5mcuqye7quc5zy
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