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Table 5 Medication review and medication report in hospital care, sorted according to proportion of patients with medication review

From: Introduction of medication review and medication report in Swedish hospital and primary care, using a theory-based implementation strategy

Unit* Satisfied with imple-mentation1 Opinion about support1 Medication review implemented2** Opinion about medication report/review2 Proportion with medication review (%)3 Medication report implemented2** Proportion with medication report (%)3
H1 Totally satisfied Good Partly Very positive 3   
H2 Quite satisfied Good No Neither positive nor negative 8 No 28
H3 Totally satisfied Partly Very positive 9 Partly 6
H4 Totally satisfied Good Yes Very positive 9 Yes 18
H5 Quite satisfied Bad Yes Positive 12 Yes 39
H6 Totally satisfied Quite good Yes Positive 13   
H7 Totally satisfied Good Yes Very positive 25 Yes 69
H8 Quite satisfied Quite good Yes Positive 28 Yes 64
H9 Not satisfied Good Yes Very positive 29 Yes 76
H10 Quite satisfied Quite good Yes Very positive 32   
H11 Quite satisfied Quite good Partly Positive 37   
H12 Quite satisfied Good Partly Neither positive nor negative 38   
H13 Totally satisfied Good Yes Neither positive nor negative 45 Yes 14
H14 Totally satisfied Quite good Yes Very positive 46 Yes 73
H15 Totally satisfied Good Yes Positive 58 Partly 58
H16 Quite satisfied Good Yes Very positive 72 Yes 69
H17 Totally satisfied Good Partly Positive 76 Partly 4
H18 Quite satisfied Good Yes Positive 91 Yes 76
H19 Quite satisfied Bra Yes Positive 94 Yes 13
H20 Quite satisfied Partly Very positive 97 Yes 77
H21 Quite satsfied Good Partly Neither positive nor negative No 75
  1. 1Data from follow-up interview2Data from 5 year survey3Data from county register*H1-H21 = Hospital clinic 1–21
  2. **Medication review: Data from 20 units, Medication report: Data from 16 units