Our Performance Reports
Balanced Score Card
The Balanced Score Card is an approach to strategic performance measurement and management that is designed to improve overall organisational performance by linking service delivery to the organisation’s strategic priorities.
CUH has been actively utilising the present Balance Score Card as a reporting mechanism to the hospital Executive Management Board and have adjust the Score Card to reflect the 2016 key reporting metrics. It is imperative that the score card is reflective not only of the requirements of the Accountability Framework but also the requirements identified in the Quality and Patient Safety Programme which seeks to ensure that quality and patient safety remain at the core of service delivery.
Cork University Hospital Balanced Score Card looks at performance in four ways -
- Access to services
- The quality and safety of those services
- Financial resources expended to provide services
- Workforce and Human Resources
CUHG Quality Improvement Plans - HIQA
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is the independent Authority established to drive high quality and safe care for people using our health and social care services. HIQA’s role is to promote sustainable improvements, safeguard people using health and social care services, support informed decisions on how services are delivered, and promote person-centred care for the benefit of the public.