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Table 5 Quotations describing perceived obligations

From: Beyond quality improvement: exploring why primary care teams engage in a voluntary audit and feedback program

• So I think we participate, really to be good, corporate citizens. I think AFHTO does good work, and if we can help them do that good work, then that’s why we’re doing it. (ID = 001)
• We just want to participate and be an active member for AFHTO. (ID = 007)
• I think, just as my bias, I am on the AFHTO board. So, to be part of the board, you need to be very, very supportive in the initiatives that come our way. (ID = 003)
• …we actually have some people with our FHT that have helped influence D2D. They’ve been asked to be on some steering committees and stuff. (ID = 017)
• Name-X, just so you know, and you probably do know already, Name-X is on the Board of AFHTO, and Name-X is on the Indicators Working Group. I’m on the Steering Committee, and I’m head of the DM Management Group so we do have a high-level view of this. (ID = 014)
• Well, it doesn’t hurt that I sit on of the indicator working group ... And so, I would have to say that we didn’t get a lot of pushback from our board when we suggested starting to get involved with this, because they probably want to support what their ED [executive director] and lead physicians are involved with. (ID = 002)