The Intervention Scalability Assessment Tool (ISAT) was designed to help policy makers and practitioners make decisions about the scale-up of health programs to reach larger populations. This study tested the usefulness of the ISAT in real-world public health interventions in Australia. It found that the ISAT can identify strengths and weaknesses in a variety of population health interventions, with only minor limitations and challenges.

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The Intervention Scalability Assessment Tool: a pilot study assessing five interventions for scalability