Performance Indicators Sample Clauses

Performance Indicators. The HSP’s delivery of the Services will be measured by the following Indicators, Targets and where applicable Performance Standards. In the following table: n/a meanç ‘not-appIicabIe’, that there iç no defined Performance Standard for the indicator for the applicable year. tbd means a Target, and a Performance Standard, if applicable, will be determined during the applicable year. INDICATOR CATEGORY INDICATOR P = Performance Indicator E = Explanatory Indicator M = Monitoring Indicator 2019/20 PERFORMANCE TARGET STANDARD Organizational Health and Financial Indicators Debt Service Coverage Ratio (P) 1 c1 Total Margin (P) 0 cO Coordination and Access Indicators Percent Resident Days – Long Stay (E) n/a n/a Wait Time from LHIN Determination of Eligibility to LTC Home Response (M) n/a n/a Long-Term Care Home Refusal Rate (E) n/a n/a SCHEDULE D — PERFORMANCE 2/3 INDICATOR CATEGORY Quality and Resident Safety Indicators INDICATOR P = Performance Indicator E = Explanatory Indicator M = Monitoring Indicator Percentage of Residents Who Fell in the Last 30 days (M) 2019/20 PERFORMANCE TARGET STANDARD n/a n/a Percentage of Residents Whose Pressure Ulcer Worsened (M) n/a n/a Percentage of Residents on Antipsychotics Without a Diagnosis of Psychosis (M) n/a n/a Percentage of Residents in Daily Physical Restraints (M) n/a n/a SCHEDULE D — PERFORMANCE 2.0 LHIN-Specific Performance Obligations 3/3
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Performance Indicators. The HSP’s delivery of the Services will be measured by the following Indicators, Targets and where applicable Performance Standards. In the following table: n/a means ‘not-applicable’, that there is no defined Performance Standard for the indicator for the applicable year. tbd means a Target, and a Performance Standard, if applicable, will be determined during the applicable year. INDICATOR CATEGORY INDICATOR P=Performance Indicator E=Explanatory Indicator M=Monitoring Indicator 2022/23 Performance Target Standard Organizational Health and Financial Indicators Debt Service Coverage Ratio (P) 1 ≥1 Total Margin (P) 0 ≥0 Coordination and Access Indicators Percent Resident Days – Long Stay (E) n/a n/a Wait Time from Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) Determination of Eligibility to LTC Home Response (M) n/a n/a Long-Term Care Home Refusal Rate (E) n/a n/a Quality and Resident Safety Indicators Percentage of Residents Who Fell in the Last 30 days (M) n/a n/a Percentage of Residents Whose Pressure Ulcer Worsened (M) n/a n/a Percentage of Residents on Antipsychotics Without a Diagnosis of Psychosis (M) n/a n/a Percentage of Residents in Daily Physical Restraints (M) n/a n/a
Performance Indicators. The performance indicators for the Project shall include the following, said indicators being subject to modifications by agreement between the Recipient and the Association:
Performance Indicators. The performance indicators for the Project shall include the following, said indicators being subject to modifications by agreement between the Borrower and the Bank: Performance Indicators Target Dates Mid Term End of Project
Performance Indicators. 7.1 The Supplier shall:
Performance Indicators. 11.1 “Performance indicator” includes any parameter, measure or quantitative instrument intended or used for
Performance Indicators. 14 1.1 shows depth of knowledge in the subject matter areas;
Performance Indicators. 54 3.1 creates and maintains classroom expectations, routines, and procedures;
Performance Indicators. 11 4.1 makes an effort to know each student as an individual;
Performance Indicators a) By the end of the year increase operator engagement in tipping point programs by 20% (2012/2013 spring 92 operators & fall 147 operators involved in a tipping point programs) b) Set baseline for summer season tipping point program during 2013-14 c) Set baseline for winter season tipping point program during 2013-14 d) Increase of 24% of transactions taking place as a result of tipping point programs (baseline 2012/13 Spring program 100 transactions & Fall program 400 transactions) e) Sustain voucher redemption at 40% ($10,000 redemption value that results in estimated $60,000 additional spend). Key Activities 2013 - 2014 Continued or New Activity 2013 - 2014 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Engage operators on the product development benefits and opportunities via webinars. New X X X X Review 2012/2013 Spring and Fall program analytics New X X X X Review 2013/2014 Spring program analytics X Review 2013/2014 Summer program analytics X Review 2013/2014 Fall program analytics X Develop a 2013/14 Winter promotional program New X X Review 2013/14 Winter program analytics Regional outreach to gauge feedback New X X X X Propose program offering changes needed to improve expected outcomes. New X X X Engage operators on the transacting benefits and opportunities via webinars. New X X X Review tracking framework and integrate tracking feedback New X X X Implement and make changes based on gaps and feedback regarding the 2012 – 2013 tipping point programming New X Review the ROI on the 2012/2013 tipping point programs and share with board and regional stakeholders (newsletter, webinar, committee presentations) New X X X X Implement and make changes based on gaps and feedback regarding the 2013/ 2014 tipping point programming X Review the ROI on the 2013/2014 tipping point programs and share with board and regional stakeholders (newsletter, webinar, committee presentations) New X X X X Track consumer and operator engagement in tipping point program Cont. X X X X Review transacting initiative data collection as needed to ensure baseline data is achieved and the systems/processes in place to track and report on outcomes (including the performance measures noted above) New X X X X Ongoing administration of project funds with proposed components New X X X X Regular monitoring of transacting projects and funds New X X X X Assess and share successes New X X X X Identify issues / challenges early and work to resolve New X X X X 5. KEY PRIORITY AREA: MARKETING - Consumer Website STRATEGIC FOCU...