Organizational factors associated with readiness to implement and translate a primary care based telemedicine behavioral program to improve blood pressure control: the HTN-IMPROVE study

@inproceedings{Shaw2013OrganizationalFA,
  title={Organizational factors associated with readiness to implement and translate a primary care based telemedicine behavioral program to improve blood pressure control: the HTN-IMPROVE study},
  author={Ryan J. Shaw and Miriam A Kaufman and Hayden B. Bosworth and Bryan J. Weiner and Leah L. Zullig and Shoou-Yih D. Lee and Jeffrey D Kravetz and Susan M Rakley and Christianne L. Roumie and Michael E. Bowen and Pamela S Del Monte and Eugene Oddone and George L. Jackson},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Hypertension is prevalent and often sub-optimally controlled; however, interventions to improve blood pressure control have had limited success. OBJECTIVES Through implementation of an evidence-based nurse-delivered self-management phone intervention to facilitate hypertension management within large complex health systems, we sought to answer the following questions: What is the level of organizational readiness to implement the intervention? What are the specific facilitators… CONTINUE READING
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