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Table 1 Stakeholder ratings of determinants used in the logic model

From: A stakeholder-driven method for selecting implementation strategies: a case example of pediatric hypertension clinical practice guideline implementation

Determinant Mean (SD) Range
Poor adherence to CPG for pediatric HTN −1.10 (0.73) −2–0
BP measurement technique −1.30 (0.76) −2–0
Equipment and clinic structure/layout limitations −1.50 (0.5) −2 to −1
MAs/nurses not aware of elevated BP values −0.09 (0.69) −2–0
Limited time for BP repeats and during patient encounters −1.70 (0.49) −2 to −1
Poor patient follow-up for repeat visit: frequent no-shows and cancelations, provider is responsible for ensuring patients follow up −1.30 (0.76) −1–0
Limited continuity of care for (some) patients −0.60 (0.53) −1–0
Inconsistent use of elevated BP/pediatric HTN diagnosis (e.g., on problem list) −0.60 (0.53) −1–0
Coordination and consults for EBP −0.10 (0.90) −1–1
Patient/family not invested in health −0.10 (0.69) −1–1
Need for buy-in from the clinic and organization to prioritize BP training and initiatives −0.40 (1.27) −2–2
Time it takes to setup Population Health panel −0.90 (1.07) −2–1
Person responsible for managing a Population Health panel −1.30 (0.95) −2–0
Pediatric clinicians have limited time to add a new task to workflow; population health tools may not be practical for day-to-day patient care −1.60 (0.53) −2 to −1
Overall −.95 (.52) −1.71–.14