Introduction to MAISYs

Introduction to MAISYs

Monday February 13, 2023

TBA

Monday February 13, 2023

TBA

Location

Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics Grand Rounds, University of Florida

Speaker

Daniel Almirall

Evidence-based practices often fail to be implemented or sustained due to barriers at multiple
levels of an organization (e.g., system-level, practitioner-level). A growing cadre of
implementation strategies can help mitigate challenges at these multiple levels, but significant
heterogeneity exists in whether, and to what extent, organizations—and the practitioners who
deliver treatment within them—respond to different strategies. However, it is impractical to
provide all (or even most) of these strategies to all levels, at all times. This suggests the need
for an approach that sequences and adapts the provision of implementation strategies to the
changing context and needs of practitioners within the multiple levels of an organization. A
multi-level adaptive implementation strategy (MAISY) offers a replicable, approach to precision
implementation that guides implementers in how best to adapt and re-adapt (e.g., augment,
intensify, switch) implementation strategies based on the changing context and changing needs
at multiple levels.

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