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Table 2 Program component assessment (PCA) study sites and informants

From: Using implementation facilitation to foster clinical practice quality and adherence to evidence in challenged settings: a qualitative study

Site Initial PCA
Informant (s) (n = 12) c
Final PCA
Informant (s) (n = 17) c
Implementation Facilitation (Intervention) Sites
 Network A
  Site A1—VAMC Internal Regional Facilitator 1 PC-MHI providera
  Site A2—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 2 PC-MHI providersa
  Site A3—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 1 PC-MHI provider
  Site A4—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 1 PC-MHI provider
 Network C 1 centralized PC-MHI provider
  Site C1—VAMC 1 PC-MHI provider 1 PC-MHI providera
  Site C2—CBOC 2 PC-MHI providers 1 PC-MHI providera
  Site C3—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 1 PC-MHI providera and 1 Internal Regional Facilitatora
  Site C4—CBOC No PC-MHI program 1 VAMC PC-MHI Leader
Comparison Sites
 Network B
  Site B1—VAMC No PC-MHI program 1 PC-MHI provider
  Site B2—CBOC 2 PC-MHI providers 1 PC-MHI provider
  Site B3—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 1 PC-MHI provider
  Site B4—CBOC 1 PC-MHI provider 2 PC-MHI providers (1 was differenta)
 Network D
  Site D1—VAMC b 1 PC-MHI provider/leader
  Site D2—CBOC No PC-MHI program No PC-MHI program
  Site D3—CBOC No PC-MHI program No PC-MHI program
  Site D4—CBOC No PC-MHI program No PC-MHI program
  1. VAMC VA Medical Center, CBOC community-based outpatient clinic
  2. aDifferent informant (s) than initial PCA informants
  3. bNo Program Component Assessment was conducted
  4. cTotal study N = 24 unique participants