Table 1: Results of pre and post intervention.
|Content evaluation questionnaire||Pre intervention results||Post intervention result||Difference|
|Stated two or more quality agencies that used the 2012AGSBC for PIM use in older adults as a standard of practice before the intervention||N = 72 13.89%||N = 79** 81.18%||36% Increase|
|Stated two methods of patient or caregiver engagement and empowerment before the intervention||N = 72 48.61%||N = 79 88.24%||39.63% Increase|
|Stated two approach and engage providers in discussion about patient’s PIM and CMS high-risk medication||N = 72 19.44%||N = 79** 74.12%||54.68% Increase|
|Stated top three CMS high-risk medications prescribed to their MCT, rationale, and potential alternatives||N = 72 9.72%||N = 79** 14.12%||4.4% Increase|
|After the education of skill building case study, participants correctly identified appropriate medications using the 2012AGSBC for PIM use in older adults||N = 79 69.62%|
|My confidence ruler||Percent Mean, SD||Percent Mean, SD||Difference|
|Participants self-rated they were confident to identify PIMs using the 2012AGSBC for PIM use in older adults||N = 73 45.34% Mean 4.53, SD = 3.08||N = 77** 72.34% Mean 7.23, SD = 2.10||27% Increase|
|Aggregate data of PIMs prescribed and filled|
|Aggregate data of PIMs prescribed and filled were collected for a specific time period, two months before the intervention and two months afterward (data was obtained via electronic database)||4899 PIMs||1739 PIMs||36% Decrease|
**Participants completed the post test that were late and did not completed the pre test.