Table 2

Experiences of staff and managers (n = 22) of 5 intervention homes in the initial phase research question 1
% Yes No No opinion
Sufficient introduction and training staff
Overall 52.9 29.4 17.6
Autonomy and self guidance staff
More expertise 52.9 35.3 11.8
Improvement quality of care 35.3 17.6 47.1
Enough support 88.2 5.9 5.9
Better overview of health problems 58.8 29.4 11.8
Time investment and applicability of the interRAI-LTCF
Enough time available 5.9 76.5 17.6
Sufficient computer equipment 29.4 47.1 47.1 23.5
RAI software is user friendly 70.6 17.6 11.8
Quality of care
More knowledge about health of resident 52.9 35.3 11.8
Earlier detection of health problems 47.1 23.5 29.4
Better discussion of complex care needs in Multidisciplinary Meeting 64.7 17.6 11.8
Family physician is better informed 70.6 17.6 11.8
More and better communication in team 52.9 29.4 17.6

Boorsma et al.

Boorsma et al. BMC Health Services Research 2013 13:8   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-8

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