Evaluation System For Disease Control And Prevention

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Evaluation is the process that analyses the data and determines the extent to which the goal has attained (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2008). The type of data, the person responsible for data collection, period and method of collection are significant in data collection (Board of Directors, 2012). The analysis of data from the relevant sources indicates the degree of success. These indicators could be from different aspects like services, resources or from attributes such as satisfaction. The indicators will measure the success or failure of the strategy used and the effectiveness of the operation (Basili, n.d.). Types of Evaluation The use of the summative evaluation method helps assess the attainment of the…show more content…
The feedback control enables to examine and decide whether the organization has standardized performance (Daft, 2014). This control aids in comparing the situations before and after the implementation of the strategic plan. The comparison could lead to a better managerial decision. The total quality management (TQM) incorporates quality into all the activities of the organization through an ongoing process. This control makes sure that there is a continuous improvement in all the activities and there will not be any chances for defects. TQM ensures safety and helps improve customer satisfaction (Daft, 2014). Tools for Evaluation The different tools used to evaluate the success of the strategic goal attainment include the following. The survey results, reports on incidents, patient census and the financial statements (CDC, 2008). Periodical surveys conducted on the patients and staff will reflect their satisfaction with the care received and delivered respectively. Reports on incidents, sentinel events, patient falls, hospital-acquired infections and bedsores all represent the quality of care. By comparing the reports from before and after implementing the change would help arrive at an analysis of the results on the outcome. For example, the maximum utilization of available inpatient beds because of an increase in the patient census
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