CHIP Balanced Scorecard

CHIP Balanced Scorecard 2018-03-20T18:34:56+00:00

Together, Cobb2020 partners developed the following metrics to measure our success in a uniform way. While we know that a lot of time and collective action is required to “move the dial” on these long-term health outcomes, we remain committed to improving the health of our community. Each partner uses these metrics to collectively track and record the progress of our efforts.

Please note: Age-adjusting rates is a way to make fairer comparisons considering the effects that age differences may have on health outcomes. For example, a county having a higher percentage of older adults may have a higher rate of death from heart disease than a county with a younger population, merely because older adults are more likely to die from heart disease.

Age-adjusted Death Rate of Coronary Heart Disease

0
Target
0
Current (Source: OASIS, 2016)

Age-adjusted Death Rate of Stroke

0
Target
0
Current (Source: OASIS, 2016)

Percent of Students Who Are In The Aerobic Capacity Healthy Fitness Zone As Measured By FitnessGrams

0%
Target
0%
Current (Source: FitnessGram Data, CobbCounty and Marietta City Schools, 2015)

Percent of Obese Adults with BMI of 30 or Higher

0%
Target
0%
Current (Source: BRFSS, District level, 2014)

Percent of Adult Cigarette Smokers

0%
Target
0%
Current (Source: BRFSS, District level, 2014)

Rate of Visits to the Emergency Department That Do Not Result In Hospital Admission

0
Target
0
Current (Source: OASIS, 2015)

Percent of Adults Who Report Not Seeing a Doctor in the Last 12 Months Due to Cost

0%
Target
0%
Current (Source: BRFSS, District level, 2014)

Average Unique Monthly Visitors to The Cobb2020 Website

0
Target
0
Current (Source: Google Analytics, July-June 2017)

Number Of Community Partners Recruited to Support Strategies

0
Target
0
Current (Source: 2016 Cobb2020 Rosters)

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