Checking the “vital signs” of scalability
Applying an implementation science lens
Beidas added that, when designing interventions, teams should strive “to keep equity and care team wellness at the forefront, and to ensure that when we evaluate our approaches, those are things that we’re also evaluating.”
Opportunities in health informatics
Individual- versus system-framed interventions
List addressed the topic from the perspective of generalizing across people versus situations. “You’re going to have a better shot at changing behaviors in a big and deep way if you control the situation versus a representation of the people,” he said. “How can we change the representativeness of the situation and test that representativeness within a model to try to figure out how behaviors will change? I think that will unlock a lot of the deeper secrets about how to make change at scale.”
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