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1 Implementation Science Vision 21: Linking Systems of Care June 2015 Lyman Legters

2 Using Implementation Science What is implementation science? What are the science-based implementation frameworks that will inform our work? How will these frameworks be incorporated into our strategies and approaches?

3 Science “to” Service SCIENCE SERVICE GAP IMPLEMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION: the process of incorporating effective practices into typical human service settings to benefit children and families.

4 Implementation Gap

5 IMPLEMENTATION NOT a passive process of “diffusion” and “dissemination of information”

6 Business As Usual - Impact Best data show these methods, when used alone Do not Result in Implementation as Intended Diffusion/ Dissemination of information Training Passing laws/ mandates/ regulations Providing funding/ incentives Organization change/ reorganization 5 to 10% return on investment NECESSARY BUT NOT SUFFICIENT

7 Science to Service Gap Implementation Gap – What is adopted is not used with fidelity and good outcomes –What is used with fidelity is not sustained for a useful period of time –What is used with fidelity is not used on a scale sufficient to impact social problems

8 2 Frameworks 6 Stages Core Components - Drivers

9 Six Stages Exploration Installation Initial Implementation Full Implementation Innovation Sustainability

10 Exploration What happens during Exploration Stage? Determine Need and Identify Options Assess “Fit” and Feasibility Structural and functional changes identified Promote “Buy in” for the innovation and for implementation supports Make recommendations (go/no go) Implementation “Team” identified

11 Installation Goals Structural and functional changes are made to support implementation Staff selection protocols developed First ‘practitioners’ selected Define and initiate training of first cohort of practitioners Develop coaching system and plans Evaluate readiness and sustainability of data systems (e.g. fidelity, outcomes)

12 Initial Implementation Work through the Awkwardness New skills are fragile and uncomfortable Implementation supports require new thinking/doing Organization/system change is scary Provide training and coaching on the evidence-based practice, re-organization of organization’s roles, functions and structures Make use of improvement cycles to resolve systems issues Learn from mistakes (detect and correct) Celebrate participation and progress Continue “buy-in” efforts

13 Full Implementation Goals Maintaining and improving skills and activities throughout the system Components integrated, fully functioning Skillful practices by front line staff, supervisors, administrators (50% meet performance criteria) Changes in policy are reflected in practice at all levels Ready to be evaluated for expected outcomes

14 Innovation Improvement Cycles PDSA’s Spread Scale

15 Sustainability Organizational Culture Purveyors Implementation Teams Motivators


17 Drivers Competency Drivers–develop, improve and sustain ability to implement an intervention as intended. Organization Drivers–create and sustain hospitable organizational and system environments for effective services Leadership Drivers–providing the right leadership strategies for change management process needed to make decisions, provide guidance, and support organization functioning.

18 Implementation Drivers Visual Performance Assessment (fidelity) Coaching Training Selection Integrated & Compensatory Systems Intervention Facilitative Administration Decision Support Data System Adaptive Technical Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership Drivers Consistent Uses of Innovations Reliable Benefits Integrated & Compensatory

19 Drivers Are interactive processes Integrated Influence staff and organizational behavior

20 Implementation Driver: Training and Coaching

21 Reflection What are the implications for the Vision 21 Demonstration Sites? How do these concepts inform the Steering Committee, the TA Providers and the OVC Grant/Program Staff? Can we see how IS applies at both program and systems levels?

22 Implementation Science Resources NIRN IHub-SISEP- StagesOfImplementationAnalysisWhereAr eWe.pdf IHub-SISEP- StagesOfImplementationAnalysisWhereAr eWe.pdf Lyman Legters, Senior Fellow

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