Centralized Performance Measurement Offices Promote Consistent Improvement



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Instituting a central office for performance measurement ensures that measurement results are consistently acted on and that individuals are assigned the responsibility of initiating and maintaining improvement. Learn about the strategies employed by best-practice organizations the American Red Cross, the Florida Department of Health, and the State of Washington.

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