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Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Implementation of Regionalized Care of Testicular Cancer

This study has three primary aims: 1) to evaluate the effectiveness of Testicular Cancer Redesign on rates of use of guideline-adherent and avoidable utilization; 2) to evaluate users’ ability to adopt and maintain use of Testicular Cancer Redesign workflow changes and tools, guided by the RE-AIM framework, using information from audits, key-stakeholder interviews, and surveys; and 3) to identify contextual factors at the medical-center level that mediate the effectiveness and sustainability of implementation using interviews and surveys of key stakeholders, testing the hypothesis that implementation of the intervention will vary across medical centers because of differences in local context.

Investigator: Herrinton, Lisa

Funder: The Permanente Medical Group

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