performance indicator


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performance indicator

A measurable parameter which is used in UK healthcare to assess and benchmark the performance of an NHS organisation or hospital trust against its peers.

NHS trust-based performance indicators assess:
• Clinical effectiveness and health outcomes;
• Patient and Carer Experience;
• Efficiency; and
• Capacity & Capability
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The descriptive statistics for each normalised, team performance indicator relative to match outcome are presented in Table 2 with most indicators significantly greater during wins compared to losses.
In most countries are defined, for the stated need, performance indicators that measure and value information on functionality and quality of the service provider and of the public sector itself.
Performance indicators are measurement criteria that may include summary components of the contract or factors that are apart from the contract.
Possible confounding effects of two important performance indicators (passes per min of possession and rucks and mauls per min of possession) were analyzed by assessing the effects of a two standard deviation increase in the performance indicator after adjusting for the second indicator by adding it to the model as a covariate.
Of note, the performance indicators will be applied on 10 new ministries during the next fiscal year.
Both PBO and DPME officials agreed with the recommendation from the Chairperson that departments which share performance indicators should be engaged at the same time and not individually, to ensure that there is agreement on the way forward.
The second group (labeled "performance banks") included only the top performers who focused on a balance of activities and performance indicators (efficiency, effectiveness or productivity).
Media Advisor to KP CM Shiraz Paracha in a statement here said that motive behind developing performance indicators is to establish a scientific and modern monitoring and evaluation system for the performance of the Government functionaries.
At a first view it may look very simple, we start from the mission, we set the goals and than break them down into smaller pieces (objectives) and we establish some performance indicators to help us measure the progress made towards the goals.
Understanding, planning, measuring and evaluating performance of the organization and its processes is impossible without identifying critical success factors, performance indicators and, especially, the key performance indicators.
Performance indicators are very specific criteria statements for determining whether a student exceeds the standard, meets the standard, or whose performance approaches the standard.
These proceedings of the International Water Association conference held in Valencia, Spain in March 2008 reflect the performance indicators developed in the final stage of the COST C18 Action in the EU.

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