What is the scoring system of the CHD Scorecard?

Name of Office: Bureau of Local Health Development

  1. Scoring and assessment of performance will be based on external and internal performance benchmarks
  • External Performance Benchmarksshall compare the CHD performance to the 2010 national target, and to the 2008 national average. The maximum score to be accumulated by the respective CHDs is 1,308 points (refer to Table 1 for the details of the score).
  • Internal Performance Benchmarksshall compare CHD performance with its own past performance.

      2. Scorecards will utilize color coding scheme to show different levels of performance that is easily understood by      clients:

  • Color (FAIR)– The color will be used to tag CHD performance that is lower than the 2008 national average level for a specific indicator. The color implies relative weakness in performance and the need for substantial efforts at improvement;
  • Yellow Color(GOOD)– The color will be used to tag CHD performance that is equal to or higher than the 2008 national average but lower than the 2010 national target for a specific indicator. The color implies comparatively good performance that must be maintained and optimized to reach 2010 goals.
  • Green Color (EXCELLENT)– The color will be used to tag CHD performance that is equal to or higher than the 2010 national target for a specific indicator. The color implies comparatively excellent performance that merits sustenance, or incentives for additional work it can do for the health system.