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Table 4 High and Low Utilization Groups’ Most Useful Recommended Implementation Strategies

From: Proactive integrated virtual healthcare resource use in primary care

High Utilization Groups’ Recommended Implementation Strategies %
Develop educational materials 40
Change record systems 40
Centralize technical assistance 33
Assess for readiness and identify barriers and facilitators 33
Low Utilization Groups’ Most Useful Implementation Strategies
 Centralize technical assistance 61
 Conduct ongoing training 61
 Conduct educational outreach visits 61
 Capture and share local knowledge 57
 Change physical structure and equipment 57
 Conduct educational meetings 57
 Build a coalition 57
 Distribute educational materials 57
 Develop educational materials 43
 Involve patients/consumers and family members 43
 Assess for readiness and identify barriers and facilitators 39
 Prepare patients/consumers to be active participants 39
 Access new funding 39
 Conduct local consensus discussions 39
 Audit and provide feedback 39
 Intervene with patients/consumers to enhance uptake and adherence 35
 Make training dynamic 35
 Obtain and use patients/consumers and family feedback 35
 Conduct local needs assessment 30
 Develop academic partnerships 30