Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Systematic review of the effectiveness of quality improvement toolkits

"The review documents publicly available toolkits and their components. Available uptake data are limited but indicate variability. High satisfaction with toolkits can be achieved but the usefulness of individual tools may vary. The existing evidence base on the effectiveness of toolkits remains limited. While emerging evidence indicates positive effects on clinical processes, more research on toolkit value and what affects it is needed, including linking toolkits to objective provider behavior measures and patient outcomes."

Spread tools: a systematic review of components, uptake, and effectiveness of quality improvement toolkits
Hempel S, O’Hanlon C, Lim YW, Danz M, Larkin J, Rubenstein L
Implementation Science. 2019;14(1):83

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