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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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and for as long as we use schools from the primary to the tertiary levels as institutions that insist on personal formation, aided by the effective use of personal scorecards, we can reach virtually all Filipinos, and from here on possibly all generations of Filipinos.
So far, despite evidence produced about community scorecards, little is known about their impact on local communities in post-communist countries.
To be considered for an MCC compact, countries are expected to first pass MCCs scorecard. The tool represents one of the many ways MCC is distinctive in how it works to combat poverty through economic growth around the world.
Bank Director's annual bank performance scorecard analysis included the 300 largest publicly traded banks and is based on five key metrics related to profitability, capital strength and asset quality.
"ValueTrak's Scorecard module leverages the platform's built-in automation capabilities to measure performance, then allows users to input additional intelligence during their review and acceptance of the performance and payment results.
We used Get Paid to design five different scorecards depending on the type of customer being evaluated.
Early implementations of the Balanced Scorecard tended to focus on including a balance of measures in the four domains or perspectives rather than on execution of strategy, but over time it has become a widely used strategic management tool.
Balanced scorecard is one of the commonly used in measurement methods.
The makers of the various scorecards choose not only the issues that are important to them, but the votes that make their own champions look good and their foes look like dolts.
In 1992, Robert Kaplan and David Norton published a landmark article that has allowed organizations, both health care and non health care, to format and interpret their performance using the concept of a balanced scorecard. (1) They believed that it was important for companies to incorporate the measurement of the organization's intangible assets, rather than just its tangible assets, into an integrated measurement approach.
Replacing a balanced scorecard with an account impact scorecard helps B2Bs measure their true impact with their customers.
Keynote Competitive Research, the industry analysis group of Keynote (NASDAQ: KEYN), announced the results of the Keynote Q2 2012 Banker Scorecard.