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Table 4 Inner setting

From: Clinical leaders and providers’ perspectives on delivering medications for the treatment of opioid use disorder in Veteran Affairs’ facilities

   Baseline, %   Follow-up, %
n Strongly disagree/
Disagree
Neither Agree or Disagree Strongly agree/Agree n Strongly disagree/
Disagree
Neither Agree or Disagree Strongly agree/Agree p-value*b
Delivering of medications (buprenorphine or naltrexone) to treat OUD in my clinic:
 Is compatible with the care provided by my clinica 54 5.4 12.5 76.7 57 6.6 11.5 75.4 0.88
 Fills an important gap in the care my clinic providesa 54 1.8 8.9 85.7 57 4.9 14.8 73.7 0.04*
Indicate your level of agreement or disagreement with the following statement:
 Providers in my clinic want to prescribe buprenorphine or naltrexone 54 26.0 20.4 53.7 57 22.8 24.6 52.6 0.94
  1. Beliefs about delivering medication to treat opioid use disorder (OUD)
  2. OUD opioid use disorder
  3. *p < .05
  4. aItem is from the Organizational Readiness to Change Assessment questionnaire
  5. bBased on odds of responding Agree/Strongly Agree relative to other responses. Adjusted for gender and prescriber status and clustered on regional network