For most types of health care facilities regarding project performance, programming, and use of best practices.
The government agencies funding this program have the objective of improving health care in the U.S. As a result, participation is available to any health care organizations at no direct cost. The system is designed to engage those organizations interested in benchmarking their health care facility projects.
Access to quantitative project information helps answer the following questions:
- What are the hallmarks of a successful project?
- How does my project performance compare to that of industry leaders?
- What are the most critical areas to address in order to improve my future projects?
A non-profit, the University of Texas Austin’s research institute’s (CII’s) Benchmarking and Metrics Program. CII’s program is both mature and user-friendly. CII’s Benchmarking Program has been helping to improve capital project performance since 1995 in industries such as petrochemical and pharmaceutical.
If you are not keeping score you are just practicing.
- Comprehensive industry analysis and trend information, contained in the Benchmarking Summary Report, 2011-2013.
- Access to non-biased, credible, up to date industry information through external benchmarking data to help speed up the decision making process
- A scorecard to access internal strengths and weaknesses against the rest of the industry for continuous improvement
- Benchmark both on a project and program level