• Use evaluative and iterative strategies

    • Assess for readiness and identify barriers and facilitators
    • Audit and provide feedback
    • Develop and implement tools for quality monitoring
  • Provide interactive assistance

    • Provide local technical assistance
    • Provide clinical supervision
  • Adapt and tailor to context

    • Tailor strategies
    • Use data experts
  • Develop stakeholder interrelationships

    • Identify and prepare champions
    • Organize clinician implementation team meetings
    • Obtain formal commitments
    • Visit other sites
  • Train and educate stakeholders

    • Conduct ongoing training
    • Develop educational materials
    • Make training dynamic
  • Support clinicians

    • Remind clinicians
    • Revise professional roles
    • Create new clinical teams
  • Engage consumers

    • Involve patients/consumers and family members
    • Prepare patients to be active participants
    • Increase demand
  • Utilize financial strategies

    • Fund and contract for the clinical innovation
    • Alter incentives
    • Develop disincentives
  • Change infrastructure

    • Mandate change
    • Change records systems
    • Change physical structure and environment
DRF 20: Implementation Science: Bridging the Gap from Clinical Research to Population Health
Hayden Bosworth, PhD Professor of Population Health Sciences, Medicine, Psychiatry, and Nursing Population Health Sciences Duke University Leah Zullig, PhD, MPH Assistance Professor of Population Health Sciences Duke University Medical Center