General Organizational Index
The General Organization Index (GOI) is a 12-item instrument used to measure a set of general operating characteristics of an organization hypothesized to be related to its overall capacity to implement and sustain any evidence-based practice.

Evidence-Based Assessment Rating ProfileGOI

Sample Items


Relevant Literature:

  1. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Rapp, C. A., McHugo, G. J., & Xie, H. (2009). Individualization and quality improvement: two new scales to complement measurement of program fidelity. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 36(5), 349–357.
  2. Doug Marty, C. R. (2008). Factors influencing consumer Outcome Monitoring in implementation of evidence-based practices: results from the National EBP Implementation Project. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 35(3), 204–11. doi:10.1007/s10488-007-0157-4
  3. Salyers, M. P., Godfrey, J. L., McGuire, A. B., Gearhart, T., Rollins, A. L., & Boyle, C. (2009). Implementing the illness management and recovery program for consumers with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.), 60(4), 483–490. doi:10.1176/
  4. Van Wamel, A., Kroon, H., & van Rooijen, S. (2009). Systematic implementation of integrated dual disorders treatment in The Netherlands. Mental Health and Substance Use, 2(2), 101–110. doi:10.1080/17523280902932649