Description of Problem:
We conducted a qualitative study to determine the best strategy for implementing mPATH-CRC in community-based clinics.
We conducted four focus groups and 12 individual semi-structured interviews with staff and clinicians.
Evaluation Results:
Participants agreed that having patients answer the standard check-in questions on the iPad was a timesaver. Patient flow was a concern for all clinic staff.
Obtaining feedback from clinic staff using qualitative research methods was a critical step.

Describe the new knowledge and additional skills the participant will gain after attending your presentation.: The participant will to learn how our study used qualitative research methods to inform our implementation strategy with feedback gleaned from primary care clinic staff, clinicians and managers to optimize the success of implementation into routine care.


Nicole Puccinelli-Ortega (Presenter)
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Mark Dignan, University of Kentucky
Kristie Foley, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Donna Lawler, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Mark Cromo, University of Kentucky
Ajay Dharod, Wake Forest School of Medicine
L. Case, Wake Forest School of Medicine
David Miller, Wake Forest School of Medicine

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