Table 1

QCA chronic disease survey
Manager/practitioner belief about whether improvement is happening COLUMN A: Degree of improvement
    at your service
(circle one only)
COLUMN B: DHHS actions that havemost influenced your answer, e.g., DHHSChronic disease action framework’, DHHSSelf Management Framework’, DHHSHealth Promotion Frameworketc. (leave blank if youcannot name any suchDHHS actions or elsename some other actionthat has most influencedyour answer).
I believe my service is getting better at meeting the needs of those with unequal health outcomes O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at focussing on the needs of the whole patient O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at health promotion to reduce chronic disease O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at also supporting clients to effectively self-manage their chronic conditions O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at using evidence in its decision-making practices O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at facilitating coordination of care O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is building better links with other practitioners and healthcare services and agencies who can make a difference to healthcare O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.
I believe my service is getting better at collecting and using information about itself to help improve quality of care O = No, not at all
1 = Yes, a little better
2 = Yes, a great deal better
U = Unable to decide.

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