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Table 3 Stakeholder panel ratings of feasibility, relevance, and likelihood to recommend for each included readiness to change measure [median, (IQR)]

From: Ready, Set, Change! Development and usability testing of an online readiness for change decision support tool for healthcare organizations

Measure Score [Median (IQRa)]
Feasibilityb Relevancec Likelihood to recommendd
M1- Organizational Readiness for Change (Texas Christian University) 4.33 (1.67) 5.00 (1.00) 6.00 (2.75)
M2- Organizational Readiness to Change Assessment 5.17 (1.25) 5.00 (1.00) 6.00 (2.00)
M3- Long-Term Care (LTC) Readiness Tool 6.00 (0.33) 5.00 (1.00) 6.00 (2.00)
M4- Team Climate Inventory 6.00 (1.00) 5.00 (1.00) 7.00 (2.75)
M5- Measuring Practice Capacity for Change 4.00 (1.67) 3.00 (1.00) 3.00 (0.75)
M6- Perceived Organizational Readiness for Change 5.00 (1.33) 5.00 (1.00) 5.00 (2.75)
M7- Organizational Change Questionnaire-Climate of Change, Processes, and Readiness 6.00 (0.50) 6.00 (1.00) 8.00 (1.00)
M8- Organizational Information Technology Innovation Readiness Scale 5.00 (0.58) 5.00 (1.25) 5.00 (2.00)
M9- e-Health Readiness Measure 5.33 (0.67) 5.00 (0.25) 6.00 (0.75)
  1. a IQR = interquartile range (difference between 25th percentile and 75th percentile ratings)
  2. b Participants were asked to rate their level of agreement (on a scale of 1 to 7 where 1 = strongly disagree and 7 = strongly agree) with the following three statements related to feasibility: “I think this measure can be used in a timely manner”; “I think this measure can be used without causing undue burden to existing resources (e.g., human resources, cost, etc.)”; and “overall, I understand how to use this readiness assessment measure”
  3. c Participants were asked to rate their level of agreement (on a scale of 1 to 7 where 1 = strongly disagree and 7 = strongly agree) with the following statement related to relevance: “I think this measure is relevant for assessing readiness for change”
  4. d Participants were asked to rate the likelihood they would recommend the measure e.g., to a colleague or organization (on a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 = not at all likely and 10 = extremely likely) by responding to the following statement: “What is the likelihood that you would recommend this measure?”