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Table 2 Reported coverage measures (n = 14)

From: Effective strategies for scaling up evidence-based practices in primary care: a systematic review

Reference in chronological order Numerator (n) Denominator (d) Coverage (n/d) (%) Timeframe of the scaling-up process Reported successful coverage Reported impact on main health outcomes Used framework  Used framework
Regions Sites Providers Patients Regions Sites Providers Patients Regions Sites Providers Patients Months + Unclear + Unclear Name No
Frieden et al. [51]         10,000,000     74 30    g    
Price et al. [52]       30        6    g    
Mutevedzi et al. [53]     5719   16        48     g   
Renju et al. [54]    429   4 177        39    g    
Curry et al. [55]       30     e    18       
Goetz et al. [56]       15c        12    g    
Li et al. [57]    157    63 323     49   22       RE-AIM  
Miyano et al. [58]       8        ≤ 36    g    
Comfort et al. [59]       49d   400,335d      ≤ 72       
Legesse et al. [60]   13,500   a 4    70,000,000      31       
Solberg et al. [61]     2348   75        63      g   
Sim et al. [62] 74 956    77 1004    96 95    57 g       
Munos et al. [63]      9        f 35      g   
Singh et al. [64]     b   744        43    g    
  1. RE-AIM Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance
  2. aAuthors reported that the EBP reached an estimated 10,230,450 under-5s
  3. bAuthors provided coverage information for some indicators (d = 744 sites): early antenatal care (n = 11,671 patients), skilled delivery (n = 9573 patients), and underweight in infants (n = 7685 patients)
  4. cSum of seven and eight facilities of two arms of this trial
  5. dSum of 13 rural health centers (covering 160,000 persons), 19 primary health centers and 17 rural health centers (covering 240,335 persons)
  6. eAuthors provided information on achieved coverage for some indicators (d = 30 sites): access to water (from 27 to 100%), access to electricity (from 73 to 97%), and health center staffing (from 75 to 90%)
  7. fAuthors provided information on program targets, baseline, and achieved levels of mortality and coverage: under-five mortality rate (target, 82.5 deaths per 1000; baseline, 110 deaths per 1000; achieved, 103 deaths per 1000), ≥ 4 antenatal care visits (targeted, 80%; baseline, 45%; achieved, 44%), intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy (targeted, 70%; baseline, 44%; achieved, 39%), skilled birth attendance (targeted, 60%; baseline, 80%; achieved, 73%), cesarian section (targeted, 2%; baseline, 3%; achieved, 2%), early initiation of breast-feeding (targeted, 40%; baseline, 25%; achieved, 26%), postpartum vitamin A (targeted, 60%; baseline, 50%; achieved, 57%), artemisinin combination therapy for fever (targeted, 70%; baseline, 27%; achieved, 23%), antibiotics for pneumonia (targeted, 60%; baseline, 30%; achieved, 16%), oral rehydration therapy + continued feeding (targeted, 60%; baseline, 65%; achieved, 64%), insecticide-treated bednets (targeted, 70%; baseline, 51%; achieved, 92%), exclusive breast-feeding (targeted, 20%; baseline, 35%; achieved, 42%), vitamin A supplementation (targeted, 90%; baseline, 89%; achieved, 93%)
  8. gQuantitatively reported successful coverage or impact of scaling-up strategy
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