Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) Policy Survey 2

Constructs Measured

Implementation Outcomes Acceptability
Adoption
Appropriateness
Feasibility
Implementation Determinants Organizational Culture and Climate
Champions
Relative Priority
Readiness to Implement
Leadership for Implementation
Adaptability

Policy Application

Setting Mental or Behavioral Health Facilities
Topic Mental or Behavioral Health

Basic Information

The 15-item DRG policy survey was used to explore the willingness of professionals to implement a new public policy.

Transferability of measure across settings: Partially transferable (10 of 15 items transferable)

Citing Literature

Empirical use: Tummers LG, Van de Walle S. Explaining health care professionals’ resistance to implement Diagnosis Related Groups: (No) benefits for society, patients and professionals. Health Policy. 2012;108(2/3):158-166. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2012.08.024

Tummers LG, Van de Walle S. Policy Implementation, Street-level bureaucracy, and the importance of discretion. Public Management Review. 2014;16(4):527–547. doi.10.1080/14719037.2013.841978

Policy Application in Reviewed Studies

Setting: Mental or behavioral health facilities

Topic: Mental or behavioral health

Country: Netherlands

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PAPERS Ratings

Note: Blank pragmatic constructs indicate inadequate reporting to assign a non-zero score.

Overall PAPERS Pragmatic Score:

11

 

Note: Blank psychometric constructs were not reported in included studies.

Note: Additional subscale level psychometric properties are reported in the measure development article.

Overall PAPERS Psychometric Score:

4