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Table 4 List of Final Pragmatic Terms/Phrases

From: Operationalizing the ‘pragmatic’ measures construct using a stakeholder feedback and a multi-method approach

Dimension Identified Through:
Lit Review and Interviews Lit Review Only Interviews Only
Brief   
connects to clinical outcomes   
creates low assessor burden (ease of training, scoring, administration time)   
easy to use   
feasible   
fits organizational activities   
important to clinical care   
informs clinical intervention selection   
informs decision making   
low burden   
low cost   
meaningful   
not wordy   
offers a compatible format to setting/user   
produces reliable and valid results   
reveals problems/issues in process or outcomes   
sensitive to change   
simple   
the output of routine activities   
acceptable (to staff and clients)    
applicable    
confirms efficacy of interventions    
creates a low social desirability bias    
easy to administer    
easy to interpret    
easy to score    
efficient    
focused    
generates data that provides a positive feedback loop (not used for staff punishment)    
has a meaningful score distribution    
non-duplicative    
of low complexity    
offers flexible administration time    
offers relative advantage over existing methods    
optimizes patient care    
provides a cut-off score leading to an intervention or treatment plan    
relevant    
accessible by phone   
assesses organizational progress over time   
completed with ease   
informs adherence of fidelity   
intuitive   
offer automated scoring or can be scored elsewhere   
requires no expertise   
tied to reimbursement   
transparent   
uses accessible language