Table 5.

Sufficiency Consistency and Coverage, Excluding the Condition of QI Mindset

Configurations Leading to Successful Registry ImplementationConsistencyRaw CoverageUnique CoverageObservations with Strong Membership in this Configuration
KEYPERSON*RESOURCES*LEADERSHIP+0.970.760.25P1; P2; P3; P5; P6; P8; P9; P10; P12; P13
HEALTHSYSTEM*RESOURCES*LEADERSHIP0.980.610.11P1; P2; P3; P4; P5; P6; P7; P8; P9
Solution0.960.87NA
  • Recognizing and classifying QI mindset as a necessary condition produces a simpler set of sufficiency results. Here, there are two overlapping pathways to successful registry implementation. The pathways both include sufficient resources and strong leadership in combination with either a large hospital-owned heath care system or a key person. The high consistency and coverage scores for the full model indicate that practices exhibiting either of these combinations of conditions were almost always successful in implementing a healthcare registry and that almost all instances of successful registry implementation exhibited one of these combinations.