|Series B: Thursday 11:35 a.m.||B1||B2||B3||B4||B5||B6||B7|
Is Anyone Better Off?
An Environmental Health Example
|One slide/page, in color (942KB / 58 slides)|
|Three slides/page, in black/white (628KB / 20 pages)|
|Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Types of Measures Found in Each Quadrant (PDF: 272KB / 1 page)|
Results-Based Accountability (RBA) is a framework that can be used to measure and improve program and agency performance and improve the quality of life in communities. RBA focuses on using common language to answer a set of questions: "How much do we do?" "How well do we do it?" and "Is anyone better off?" RBA can be the basis for a performance management system.
Presenters: Mike Melius, Meaghan Sherden, Olmsted County Public Health Services
In This Theme: Improving Outcomes with Performance Management
|A5||Driving the Continuous Quality Improvement Highway|
|B5||Is Anyone Better Off? Results-Based Accountability: An Environmental Health Example|
|C5||Lessons Learned Along the Road to Public Health Accreditation|