Choosing the Right Outcomes Measure

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Choosing the Right Outcomes Measure

June 16, 2015 0 Comments

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“Choosing the Right Outcomes Measure” A Recorded Webinar

For most organizations, the process of choosing the right measure can be daunting. On this webinar, we will give you some practical guidance on how to begin this process at your organization. On this webinar,  we will:

  • Discuss how to set goals and outcomes to be measured
  • Identify different measures and key items to pay attention to
  • Determine how outcomes measurements have been chosen at various agencies

We will not be endorsing any specific measures, we will just be providing tips for you to employ as you look for the right one for your program and intended outcomes.




Meet the Speakers:


Christy Winter Manager of Clinical Informatics and Outcomes - Qualifacts Systems Inc.Christy L. Winter, LMSW, is the Manager of Clinical Informatics and Outcomes at Qualifacts. She is responsible for assisting customers with outcomes management, outcomes benchmarking and research projects, and providing guidance for product development. She has over 12 years of program evaluation, practice-based research, outcomes measurement, and quality improvement experience.


Dr. Karen Brannon, Family Services of Western Pennsylvania,   is the Director of Research and Organizational Development with Family Services of Western Pennsylvania where she is responsible for organizational outcomes, research projects, quality management and improvement, risk management and compliance, and staff training and development. She has over 15 years of experience in outcomes and program evaluation.


Kim DiBella,  Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut serves as the Director of Quality and Operations and Chief Operating Officer at the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut (CGC).  Ms. DiBella-Farber leads organizational initiatives to improve efficiency and effectiveness across the organization in order to help as many children as possible overcome obstacles and achieve their optimal potential.