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Costs of the intervention and costs associated with implementing that intervention including investment, supply, and opportunity costs.

Description

Costs of the intervention and costs associated with implementing that intervention, including investment, supply, and opportunity costs. It is important to differentiate this construct from available resources (part of inner setting, below). In many contexts, costs are difficult to capture and available resources may have a more direct influence on implementation.

Rationale for inclusion

Costs of the intervention and costs associated with implementing that intervention including investment, supply, and opportunity costs. Costs of the intervention and those associated with implementing an intervention are negatively associated with implementation[1][2].

Measurement

Qualitative codebook guidelines

Inclusion criteria

Include statements related to the cost of the innovation and implementation.



Exclusion criteria

Exclude statements related to money, physical space, and time and code to Available Resources.



Quantitative measures

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References

  1. Graham ID, Logan J: Innovations in knowledge transfer and continuity of care. Can J Nurs Res 2004, 36:89-103.
  2. Teplensky JD, Pauly MV, Kimberly JRH, Alan L., Schwartz JS: Hospital adoption of medical technology: an empirical test of alternative models. Health Serv Res 1995, 30:437(429).
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