What Can You Evaluate About a Quality Reporting Project?

An evaluation of a consumer report could have any of three major focal points:

  • Evaluating the Process. The process involves all the steps you took to get the results you wanted.
  • Evaluating Results. The results address whether you achieved your objectives, as well as what other, unexpected outcomes emerged.
  • Evaluating Cost-Effectiveness. Cost-effectiveness addresses whether you have used your resources as wisely as possible and whether there might be less expensive ways to achieve the same results.

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Page originally created February 2015
Internet Citation: What Can You Evaluate About a Quality Reporting Project?. Content last reviewed May 2019. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. https://www.ahrq.gov/talkingquality/assess/what-you-evaluate/index.html
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