Implementation science will progress more rapidly when there is an approximation to common concepts, common language, and common concepts that promote more precise communication about implementation across disciplines and domains. Common measures are required if science is to advance more rapidly.
Implementation Drivers are based on practice and are hypothesized to be essential to any successful attempt to support the full and effective use of innovations in practice.
Achieving socially significant outcomes is a long-term, large-scale process that can be assessed by tracking practitioner competencies over time.
Assessing Implementation Stages summarizes benchmarks and measures related to assessing stage-based activities.