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Table 2 Perceptions of organizational-level change efficacy and change commitment

From: Organizational factors associated with readiness to implement and translate a primary care based telemedicine behavioral program to improve blood pressure control: the HTN-IMPROVE study

  N Mean Standard deviation Fairly/very confident Not at all/A little confident Don’t know
Efficacy (Imp. Group)       
Use resources effectively 71 3.28 0.70 82% 8% 10%
Encourage clinicians to try program 74 3.20 0.72 80% 14% 6%
Coordinate implementation efforts 72 3.25 0.62 82% 9% 9%
Support clinicians as they adjust 71 3.15 0.71 74% 17% 9%
Solve implementation problems 72 3.19 0.74 78% 13% 9%
     Fairly/Very Committed Not At All/A Little Committed Don’t Know
Commitment (Imp. Group)       
Committed 56 3.45 0.69 64% 8% 28%
Motivated 58 3.41 0.73 64% 10% 26%
Willing 59 3.53 0.65 69% 6% 25%
     Somewhat/Very Much Not At All/A Little Don’t Know
Want to 53 3.68 0.51 67% 1% 32%
     Fairly/Very Committed Not At All/A Little Committed Don’t Know
Commitment (User Group)       
Committed 61 2.84 0.80 56% 25% 19%
Motivated 61 2.80 0.87 49% 32% 19%
Willing 61 2.82 0.85 55% 26% 19%
     Somewhat/Very Much Not At All/A Little Don’t Know
Want to 51 3.16 0.86 56% 12% 32%
Change Valence     Strongly Agree/Agree Strongly Disagree/Disagree Don’t Know
Need for change 74 3.55 0.53 97% 1% 1%
Relative advantage 57 3.26 0.67 67% 9% 24%
Perceived fit 68 3.34 0.66 84% 7% 9%
Informational Assessment       
Knowledge of task requirements 56 2.91 0.82 52% 23% 25%
Resources availability 57 2.75 0.87 51% 27% 22%
Timing 57 3.02 0.79 64% 15% 21%
Competing priorities 60 2.47 0.85 32% 48% 20%
Time availability 60 2.73 0.78 51% 29% 20%
     Yes No Don’t Know
Presentation attendance 74 0.25 0.46 24% 73% 3%
  1. Note. Commitment was assessed from two perspectives: the implementation group and the user group. The implementation group references a small, core group of people that play a leading role in implementing the program. The user group references clinicians who were expected to support the program (e.g., making referral, provide staffing).