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Table 5 Strategies significantly associated with HIT membership*

From: Longitudinal assessment of the association between implementation strategy use and the uptake of hepatitis C treatment: Year 2

Strategy Non-HIT member endorsement (%) HIT member endorsement (%)
Year 1 N = 12 N = 68
• Conduct educational meetings 17% 57%
• Provide ongoing HCV training 17% 54%
• Conduct local consensus discussions 17% 53%
• Use a centralized system to deliver facilitation 0% 32%
• Share the knowledge gained from quality improvement efforts with other sites outside your medical center 8% 43%
• Tailor strategies to deliver HCV care 33% 68%
• Develop resource sharing agreements 0% 31%
• Build a local coalition/team to address challenges 25% 57%
• Respond to proposals to deliver HCV care 17% 49%
• Provide clinical supervision 17% 49%
Year 2 N = 10 N = 95
• Inform local opinion leaders about advances in HCV care 82% 100%
• Identify and prepare champions 84% 96%
  1. *Only strategies that were significantly associated with HIT membership are shown in this table; bolded strategies are those associated with treatment starts in that year