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Table 5 Clinical Staff Satisfaction Ratings

From: A randomized matched-pairs study of feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of systems consultation: a novel implementation strategy for adopting clinical guidelines for Opioid prescribing in primary care

Question Strongly agree (%) Agree (%) Neutral (%) Disagree (%) Strongly disagree (%)
I have a better understanding of the benefits and risks of long-term opioid prescribing for chronic pain 50 27 18 5 0
I am more familiar with current literature regarding evidence-based guidelines for long-term opioid prescribing for chronic pain 50 32 18 0 0
My clinic’s workflows related to opioid prescribing are easier 48 35 17 0 0
I utilize screening processes for mental health and substance abuse issues with patients who are prescribed long-term opioids for chronic pain more often 39 26 35 0 0
I utilize treatment agreements with patients who are prescribed long-term opioids for chronic pain more often 36 27 36 0 0
I utilize urine drug testing as a precautionary measure with more patients who are prescribed long-term opioids for chronic pain 32 36 32 0 0
I have more discussions with my colleagues regarding opioid prescribing for chronic pain 48 39 9 4 0
I feel more able to meet the recommendations of the ongoing UWHealth initiative related to opioid prescribing 58 38 4 0 0