Policy Implementation Barometer (PIB)

Constructs Measured

Implementation Outcomes Appropriateness
Implementation Determinants Readiness to Implement
Non-training Resources
Barriers and Facilitators

Policy Application

Setting Hospitals or Outpatient Clinics
Topic Healthcare Cost, Access, or Quality

Basic Information

The 10-item PIB is a mechanism to reveal gaps in policy implementation and thereby provide feedback to the decision makers about the implementation of a selected set of policy programs for universal health coverage.

Transferability of measure across settings: Mostly transferable (10 of 10 items transferable)

Citing Literature

Empirical use: Hongoro C, Rutebemberwa E, Twalo T, et al. Analysis of selected policies towards universal health coverage in Uganda: the policy implementation barometer protocol. Archives of Public Health. 2018;76:12. doi:10.1186/s13690-018-0258-4

Policy Application in Reviewed Studies

Setting: Multiple, hospitals and outpatient clinics

Topic: Healthcare cost, access or quality

Country: Uganda

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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.

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