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Table 3 Definitions for the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) constructs

From: Implementation and sustainment of diverse practices in a large integrated health system: a mixed methods study

External Change Agents Individuals from outside the organization who formally facilitate implementation
External Policies and Incentives External policy, regulations, and mandates
Engaging Key Stakeholders Individuals from within the organization that are directly impacted by the innovation
Available Resources Resources for implementation and on-going operations of the innovation
Complexity Complexity of the innovation
Compatibility Fit between the innovation and existing workflows and systems
Relative Priority Importance of implementation within the organization
Organizational Incentives and Rewards Extrinsic incentives such as goal-sharing awards, performance reviews, promotions, and raises in salary