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Unintended consequences: a qualitative study exploring the impact of collecting implementation process data with phone interviews on implementation activities

Background Qualitative data are crucial when studying implementation processes, and thus necessary for understanding implementation trial outcomes. Typical methods for ...
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Lessons learned about the effective operationalization of champions as an implementation strategy: results from a qualitative process evaluation of a pragmatic trial

Background Implementation strategies are methods used to help clinics adopt new practices. The knowledge base on these strategies is growing, ...
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Assessing cancer history accuracy in primary care electronic health records through cancer registry linkage

Background The majority of cancer survivors transition from oncological care to primary care settings several years after their diagnosis, and ...
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New hypertension and diabetes diagnoses following the Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansion

Background The Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid eligibility expansion aimed to improve access to healthcare and reduce disparities for patients ...
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