Feed forward systems for patient participation and provider support: adoption results from the original US context to Sweden and beyond.

@article{Hvitfeldt2009FeedFS,
  title={Feed forward systems for patient participation and provider support: adoption results from the original US context to Sweden and beyond.},
  author={H. Forsberg Hvitfeldt and Cheryl Carli and Eugene Nelson and Dawne M Mortenson and Birgit A Ruppert and Staffan Lindblad},
  journal={Quality management in health care},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          247-56
        }
}
BACKGROUND This is a study of 2 clinical feed forward systems (FFSs) situated in different contexts: in the United States, where the system was developed, and in Swedish clinical settings, where it was first adopted. Both systems were identified as clinically successful despite differing contexts, and the objective of this study is to understand what essential properties determined their success. METHODS In our search for essential properties of the FFS, we used acceptance, use, and utility… CONTINUE READING
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