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scorecard

(skor′kard″)
Any method used to evaluate personal or institutional performance, e.g., the compliance of health care professionals with known standards of care, or the satisfaction of patients with their health care experiences.
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The 2014 scorecard shows that Rwanda has registered better performance compared to the second edition.
The most common reason for implementing a scorecard system is the need to track progress toward achieving organizational goals.
McMahan, as a quality assurance officer, manages the Balanced Scorecard process at AMSC and facilitates the improvement process with the AMSC Corporate Board.
But by putting little weight into forward-looking internal and external metrics, such as sales forecasts, market share, competitor pricing and broad economic indicators, companies sabotage their own balanced scorecard efforts.
Because of the matrix depiction, the scorecards will make the ideas visible and comprehensible to all MTMC employees.
With premiums expected to increase in the high single digits or more for at least three more years, Blicker said, this supposed scorecard could be responsible for part of the rise in health care costs.
Robert Kaplan and David Norton of Harvard University are widely credited with creating the defining characteristics of the scorecard approach.
The Balanced Scorecard is different from typical executive information systems because it also targets leading indicators to give executives a forward-looking approach to analyzing a company's health.
Christian Coalition Executive Director Randy Tate describes the scorecard as a mechanism for holding members of Congress "accountable for their votes" and as "the single best weapon we Christians have for making out voices heard in American politics.
If you would like to receive a copy of the ABCP Scorecard,Vol.
The ILOG Scorecard Modeler includes support for complex (nested) scorecards, allowing for more accurate prediction of behavior and thus enabling better risk assessment and management.