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Concept Delivery of Health Care, Integrated
Concept Health Care Surveys
Concept Health Care Costs
Concept Healthcare Disparities
Concept Patient Acceptance of Health Care
Concept Primary Health Care
Concept Quality of Health Care
Concept Delivery of Health Care
Academic Article The micropolitics of implementation; a qualitative study exploring the impact of power, authority, and influence when implementing change in healthcare teams.
Academic Article Implementation of change in health care in Sweden: a qualitative study of professionals' change responses.
Academic Article Criteria for selecting implementation science theories and frameworks: results from an international survey.
Academic Article An investment in health: anticipating the cost of a usual source of care for children.
Academic Article Advancing the use of organization theory in implementation science.
Academic Article Using Implementation Science to Examine the Impact of Cancer Survivorship Care Plans.
Academic Article Implementation science as an organizational process.
Academic Article The influence of formal and informal policies and practices on health care innovation implementation: A mixed-methods analysis.
Academic Article Guidelines for the use of survivorship care plans: a systematic quality appraisal using the AGREE II instrument.
Academic Article Advice-seeking during implementation: a network study of clinicians participating in a learning collaborative.
Academic Article Models of Cancer Survivorship Care: Overview and Summary of Current Evidence.
Academic Article Implementation science theories to inform efforts for de-implementation of urologic oncology care practices resulting in overuse and misuse.
Academic Article Building Personalized Cancer Follow-up Care Pathways in the United States: Lessons Learned From Implementation in England, Northern Ireland, and Australia.
Academic Article Elaborating on theory with middle managers' experience implementing healthcare innovations in practice.
Academic Article Uncovering middle managers' role in healthcare innovation implementation.
Academic Article Survivorship care plans: are randomized controlled trials assessing outcomes that are relevant to stakeholders?
Academic Article Strategies for Successful Survivorship Care Plan Implementation: Results From a Qualitative Study.
Academic Article From strategy to action: how top managers' support increases middle managers' commitment to innovation implementation in health care organizations.
Academic Article Following through: the consistency of survivorship care plan use in United States cancer programs.
Academic Article Middle managers' role in implementing evidence-based practices in healthcare: a systematic review.
Academic Article Determinants of survivorship care plan use in US cancer programs.
Academic Article Combined use of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) and the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF): a systematic review.
Academic Article Potential determinants of health-care professionals' use of survivorship care plans: a qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework.
Academic Article Characteristics of successful changes in health care organizations: an interview study with physicians, registered nurses and assistant nurses.
Academic Article Improving the effectiveness of health care innovation implementation: middle managers as change agents.
Academic Article Survivorship care plans: prevalence and barriers to use.
Academic Article Increasing middle managers' commitment to innovation implementation: An agenda for research.
Academic Article Living with advanced cancer and the role of the primary care provider: The missing piece in the survivorship discourse.
Grant Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Middle Managers Role in Innovation Implementatio
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