just EBP in general or a specific practice? either way I did a quick and very basic google search and found several helpful sources and ideas.
"The advantages of evidence-based practice include better patient outcomes, increased patient safety and improved quality of life. In the past, patients simply received healthcare. Today, patients are healthcare consumers. They demand improved treatments and increased safety. EBP strives to standardize practices, which can deliver more predictable outcomes.
The systematic approach of this type of practice and research can result in treatments with improved chances of success. The basis of this practice lies in research that provides reliable information about treatments. Analyzing this information in light of a patientâ€™s situation can determine the likelihood of a positive result. Evidence-based practice's patient-centered philosophy addresses the needs of the patient with the goal of more efficient, effective treatment.
Other benefits of EBP include decreased healthcare costs and reduced medical complications across a variety of clinical specialties. Evidence-based practice has even spread beyond medicine and nursing to psychology, education and other disciplines.
After the IOM identified problems in healthcare and patient results, the organization created a lofty goal: it recommends that by 2020 evidence should determine 90 percent of patient decisions. This recommendation illustrates the IOM's belief in the value and patient-focused benefits of evidence-based practice."
Crabtree, E., Brennan, E., Davis, A., & Coyle, A. (2016). Improving Patient Care Through Nursing Engagement in Evidence-Based Practice. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 13(2), 172-175. doi:10.1111/wvn.12126