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Table 5 Practice RE-AIM success outcomes

From: Understanding effective care management implementation in primary care: a macrocognition perspective analysis

Practice Reacha Effectivenessb Adoptionc Implementationd Maintenancee Overall outcome rank-order
A 290 FTE Good 3/3 Good 70.3 % 1
B 241 FTE Good 6/6 Good 52.1 % 2
C 189 FTE Good 7/8 Fair 40 % 3
D 125 FTE Good 2/4 Fair 48 % 4
E 94 FTE Good 6/8 Poor 38 % 5
  1. aReach refers to the number of patients who received care management per FTE care manager
  2. bEffectiveness refers to the behavior change and clinical improvements made by patients participating in care management
  3. cAdoption refers to the proportion of providers referring 5 or more patients to the care manager
  4. dImplementation refers to a qualitatively derived rating for the implementation of care management
  5. eMaintenance refers to the 6-month follow-up rate of patients with the care manager for that scheduled assessment