Number of Models:
The number of models that include elements aligned with the given construct.
Components abstracted from each model and aligned with the given construct.
Burden (complexity and cost)
Cost-efficacy and Feasibility
Cost, Benefits, and Value
Stakeholders identifying low-value care
The definition of the construct.
Cost can refer to multiple aspects of the development, testing, and implementation of an intervention including the intervention's cost-effectiveness, the cost around intervention development, implementation of the intervention, and recruitment of subjects into a trial. Cost information can inform adoption decisions and contribute to comparative effectiveness considerations.
- Choosing Wisely Deimplementation Framework
- Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research
- Dissemination and Implementation Framework for an Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Program
- Framework for Enhancing the Value of Research for Dissemination and Implementation
- Health Equity Implementation Framework
- Interacting Elements of Integrating Science, Policy, and Practice
- Model for Predictors of Adoption
- Practical, Robust Implementation and Sustainability Model (PRISM)
- Proctor’s Implementation Outcomes
- RE-AIM 2.0/Contextually Expanded RE-AIM