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Cheung, K.L.* ; Evers, S.M.* ; Hiligsmann, M.* ; Voko, Z.* ; Pokhrel, S.* ; Jones, T.* ; Muñoz, C.* ; Wolfenstetter, S.B. ; Józwiak-Hagymásy, J.* ; de Vries, H.*

Understanding the stakeholders' intention to use economic decision-support tools: A cross-sectional study with the tobacco return on investment tool.

Health Policy 120, 46-54 (2015)
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Background: Despite an increased number of economic evaluations of tobacco control interventions, the uptake by stakeholders continues to be limited. Understanding the underlying mechanism in adopting such economic decision-support tools by stakeholders is therefore important. By applying the I-Change Model, this study aims to identify which factors determine potential uptake of an economic decision-support tool, i.e., the Return on Investment tool. Methods: Stakeholders (decision-makers, purchasers of services/pharma products, professionals/service providers, evidence generators and advocates of health promotion) were interviewed in five countries, using an I-Change based questionnaire. MANOVA's were conducted to assess differences between intenders and non-intenders regarding beliefs. A multiple regression analysis was conducted to identify the main explanatory variables of intention to use an economic decision-support tool. Findings: Ninety-three stakeholders participated. Significant differences in beliefs were found between non-intenders and intenders: risk perception, attitude, social support, and self-efficacy towards using the tool. Regression showed that demographics, pre-motivational, and motivational factors explained 69% of the variation in intention. Discussion: This study is the first to provide a theoretical framework to understand differences in beliefs between stakeholders who do or do not intend to use economic decision-support tools, and empirically corroborating the framework. This contributes to our understanding of the facilitators and barriers to the uptake of these studies.
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Publikationstyp Artikel: Journalartikel
Dokumenttyp Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
Schlagwörter Decision-support Tool ; Economic Evaluations ; Health Policy ; Tobacco Control ; Uptake; Smoking-cessation Intervention; Practice Nurses Intention; Cost-effectiveness; Planned Behavior; Health; Prevention; Determinants; Framework; Protocol; Example
ISSN (print) / ISBN 0168-8510
e-ISSN 1872-6054
Zeitschrift Health Policy
Quellenangaben Band: 120, Heft: 1, Seiten: 46-54 Artikelnummer: , Supplement: ,
Verlag Elsevier
Verlagsort Clare