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Table 1 RE-AIM measures and data sources

From: Enhancing implementation of measurement-based mental health care in primary care: a mixed-methods randomized effectiveness evaluation of implementation facilitation

RE-AIM Dimension Measures Data Sources
Reach Proportion of patients with at least 3 PROMs documented during the first 6 months of care Administrative data
Effectiveness The impact of PROM use on treatment planning, team and patient communication Chart reviews
MBC qualitative interviews
Provider surveys: Team Development Measure
Provider surveys: MBC Use and Attitudes
Adoption Proportion of staff who use PROM for care delivered Administrative data
Implementation The degree to which all 3 critical MBC elements ((1) collection, (2) use to guide treatment, and (3) sharing PROM with patients and providers) were implemented Administrative data
Provider surveys: MBC Use and Attitudes
Chart reviews
MBC qualitative interviews
QI team interviews
Debriefing interviews
Maintenance Repeat measures 6 months later Administrative data and Provider surveys: MBC Use and Attitudes