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Table 1 The original version of the ORIC (12 items) as presented in (Shea et al., 2014)

From: Ready for the Triple Aim? Perspectives on organizational readiness for implementing change from a Danish obstetrics and gynecology department

Item NumberItem Description
Change Efficacy (7 items)
 E1People who work here feel confident that the organization can get people invested in implementing this change
 E2People who work here feel confident that they can keep track of progress in implementing this change
 E3People who work here feel confident that the organization can support people as they adjust to this change
 E4People who work here feel confident that they can keep the momentum going in implementing this change
 E5People who work here feel confident that they can handle the challenges that might arise in implementing this change
 E6People who work here feel confident that they can coordinate tasks so that implementation goes smoothly
 E7People who work here feel confident that they can manage the politics of implementing this change
Change Commitment (5 items)
 C1People who work here are committed to implementing this change
 C2People who work here will do whatever it takes to implement this change
 C3People who work here want to implement this change
 C4People who work here are determined to implement this change
 C5People who work here are motivated to implement this change