Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) Policy Survey 2
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)
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
Note: Blank pragmatic constructs indicate inadequate reporting to assign a non-zero score.
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Note: Blank psychometric constructs were not reported in included studies.
Note: Additional subscale level psychometric properties are reported in the measure development article.
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