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Table 1 Descriptive statistics CCOP physicians

From: Determining the predictors of innovation implementation in healthcare: a quantitative analysis of implementation effectiveness

CCOP physician survey respondents n = 481
  Mean or proportion of sample Standard deviation Range
Outcome   
2011 Patient Enrollment 4.7* 8.1 0, 62
Descriptive variables   
Gender    
Male 74%   
Female 26%   
Race    
White 75%   
Asian 15%   
African-American 1%   
Other 9%   
Perceptions of implementation climate   
Expectations: Enroll Patients 3.4 1.5 1,5
Expectations: Help CCOP 4.2 1.1 1,5
Support: Identify Patients 3.8 1.3 1,5
Support: Enroll Patients 4.1 1.2 1,5
Rewards: Recognition 3.2 1.3 1,5
Rewards: Appreciation 3.3 1.3 1,5
Physician characteristics included in model   
Age 52.6 9.8 34,82
Practice type    
Group Practice 78%   
Hospital-Based 12%   
Solo Practice 4%   
Other/None Listed 6%   
Training location    
U.S Trained 80%   
Non U.S Trained 20%   
Tenure (Yrs. in practice) 25.7 10.1 8, 57
Medical specialty    
Hematology Oncology 40%   
Radiation Oncology 21%   
Other Specialty 18%   
Medical Oncology 11%*   
Surgery 10%*   
Principal investigator 9%   
  1. *Indicates significant difference between survey respondents and non-survey respondents.
  2. Other race includes American Indian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, More than one race, or unknown.
  3. Hematology oncology includes blood banking, hematology oncology, hematology.
  4. Radiation Oncology includes diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology, radiology, vascular and interventional radiology.
  5. Other specialist includes general practice, gynecological oncology, pediatrics, pediatric hematology, cardiovascular disease etc.
  6. Surgery includes colon and rectal surgery, critical care sugary, general surgery, neurological surgery, surgical oncology, urological surgery etc.