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Table 2 Data collection matrix

From: Implementing an mHealth system for substance use disorders in primary care: a mixed methods study of clinicians’ initial expectations and first year experiences

Method/data source Study population Participants and number of sessions
Studying Clinicians’ Initial Expectations at All Three Sites
 Meetings/Focus Group Discussions Clinic Staff - Behavioral health care providers with high volume of patients with substance use disorders
o Madison: 2 sessions
o Missoula: 2 sessions
Clinic Staff - Medical &/or behavioral health care providers with varied volume of patients with substance use disorders
o Madison: 2 sessions
o Missoula: 1 session
o Bronx: 2 sessions
 In-Depth Individual Interviews Clinic Staff - Administration: 1–2 interviews per site
- Behavioral health care providers: 1 interview per site
- Medical Assistant and Nurses:1–3 per site
 Research Team Meeting Notes Clinician champions of Seva on research team - 15 meetings of 5–9 researchers, including two clinicians from Site 1, and occasional call-ins from clinicians from Sites 2 and 3.
Studying First Year Implementation Experiences at Site 1
 Meetings toward the end of the first year Clinic staff at first site - Medical & behavioral health care providers with varied use of Seva: 1 session
- Behavioral health care providers with varied use of Seva: 1 session
 In-Depth individual interviews toward the end of the first year Clinic staff at first site - Physician with no use of Seva: 1 interview
- Nurse with limited use of Seva: 1 interview
- Behavioral health care providers with varied use of Seva: 4 interviews
 Computer Data on Clinician Use of Report Clinic staff at first site - Log-in data from 17 clinicians participating in study
 Research Team Meeting Notes Clinician champions of Seva on research team - 20 meetings of 5–9 researchers, including two clinicians from 1st site
 Computer Data on Patient Use of Seva Patients at first site - Log-in data from 97 patients
  1. Note. All consented clinicians or administrative stakeholders participated in at least one of the above forms of data collection. The number of participants at each session varied