by Accreditation Council on Services for People with Disabilities in Landover, MD .
Written in English
|Statement||Accreditation Council on Services for People with Disabilities.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 164 p.|
|Number of Pages||164|
Outcome-based performance measurement can still be a useful tool to monitor program operations and promote improvements, as long as stakeholders at all levels of operations agree that there is a clear logical system connecting the activities of program operators to the outcomes . Overview: The CCA requires the use of performance and results-based management in planning and acquiring investments in information technology, including national security systems (IT, including NSS).This section defines measurement terminology, relates it to DoD policy and provides guidance on formulating effective outcome-based performance measures for IT, including NSS investments. Outcome-based management (OBM) is a planning tool for high level management. Traditional program management is based upon an individual approach to program performance and outcome measures. Outcome-based management binds multiple pro-grams together to achieve higher levels of planning. The OBM process usually involves a community-. All of this is referred to variously as, "outcomes measurement," or "performance management," or simply, "evaluation." If you are just becomining familiar with this topic we recommend a powerful and easy-to-read book, Leap of Reason, that explains how nonprofits and grantmakers (and governments) have a responsibility to the individuals and.
The outcome measurement expertise of the Urban Institute's project team, Harry P. Hatry and Therese 2-C: Examples of Outcomes Based on Observations of a Neighborhood After-school Program 2-D: Southside Children's Agency .. 41 2-E: Example Logic Models for Four Programs of Southside Children's Agency. based outcome, you need to identify a measure, benchmark, and target. A performance measure is a particular value or characteristic used to measure an outcome. Performance measures are used to observe progress and to measure actual results compared to expected results. They are usually expressed in quantifiable terms and should be. Outcomes measure the actual value you’re creating, like satisfied customers or financial profitability, and they are the key to high performance. This is shown here in the “ stairway to. Figure 1 depicts the relationship among structure, process, and outcome. NQF prefers to endorse performance measures of health outcomes that are linked directly to evidence-based processes or structures, or of outcomes of substantial importance with a plausible link to healthcare processes. Next in the preferred hierarchy are measures of.
For the measures to meet the varied needs for information, a variety of people should be involved in the various development stages of performance measures. Examples may include: Citizens to inform the development of desired outcomes to benefit consumers and the performance information needed by citizens to understand the work and. minimum or maximum number of performance measures needs to be established, but at least one outcome measure should be established for each objective. A good process for developing performance measures would include: 1. Defining the desired performance measures based on the agency’s mission, goals, and objectives. key terms, including performance measure, performance standard, and performance management, and offers some insight into how the terms program evaluation and performance monitoring and auditing are used. Chapter 2 describes some of the unique attributes of public health that influence the design and implementation of a performance measurement. Performance measurement is generally defined as regular measurement of outcomes and • Based on reliable and valid data where outcome measurement is difficult to do and where important outcomes are difficult to capture quantitatively. Indices are often useful ways of .