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Table 2 Results of clinic randomization and provider enrollment

From: Use of behavioral economics and social psychology to improve treatment of acute respiratory infections (BEARI): rationale and design of a cluster randomized controlled trial [1RC4AG039115-01] - study protocol and baseline practice and provider characteristics

Intervention Randomized Clusters (n) Providers enrolled (n) / providers eligible (n) Percentage of eligible providers enrolled Visits with non-antibiotic appropriate ARI diagnoses for enrolled providers in prior year
No intervention 6 27 / 45 60% 1902
Accountable justifications 7 35 / 46 76% 1603
Suggested alternatives 6 44 / 57 77% 1658
Peer comparisons 6 33 / 37 89% 1141
Accountable justifications, suggested alternatives 6 36 / 49 73% 1592
Suggested alternatives, peer comparisons 6 36 / 58 62% 1861
Accountable justifications, peer comparisons 6 29 / 40 73% 1783
Accountable justifications, suggested alternatives, peer comparisons 6 29 / 44 66% 2358
Any accountable justifications 25 129 / 179 72% 7336
No accountable justifications 24 140 / 197 71% 6562
Any suggested alternatives 25 145 / 208 70% 7469
No suggested alternatives 24 124 / 168 74% 6429
Any peer comparisons 24 127 / 179 71% 7143
No peer comparisons 25 142 / 197 72% 6755
  1. ARI acute respiratory infection.