Table 1.

The SCOPE PCP and study KI office profile characteristics

OFFICE PROFILE CHARACTERISTICSSCOPE PCPs, N (%), N = 29KIs, N (%), N = 22
Male sex24 (82.8)18 (81.8)
Age, y
  • 30–392 (6.9)1 (4.5)
  • 40–497 (24.1)7 (31.8)
  • 50–598 (27.6)6 (27.3)
  • ≥ 6012 (41.4)8 (36.4)
Time in family practice, y
  • ≤ 51 (3.4)1 (4.5)
  • 6–101 (3.4)0 (0.0)
  • 11–152 (6.9)2 (9.1)
  • > 1525 (86.2)19 (86.4)
Practice size
  • ≤ 10001 (3.4)0 (0.0)
  • 1001–200010 (34.5)8 (36.4)
  • 2001–30006 (20.7)4 (18.2)
  • > 300012 (41.4)10 (45.4)
Proportion of patients ≥ 65 y
  • < 306 (20.7)4 (19.0)
  • 30–5019 (65.5)14 (66.7)
  • > 504 (13.8)3 (14.3)
Family practice profile
  • Solo practice, university affiliated7 (24.1)6 (27.3)
  • Solo practice, not university affiliated14 (48.3)11 (50.0)
  • Group practice, university affiliated2 (6.9)1 (4.5)
  • Group practice, not university affiliated6 (20.7)4 (18.2)
Experience in the ED*17 (58.6)15 (68.2)
  • ED—emergency department, KI—key informant, PCP—primary care physician, SCOPE—Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience.

  • * Range of experience 1–18 y.