Metrics for Management works to assure accurate and relevant data is collected, that this data is used in standardized performance metrics, and that those metrics are widely disseminated and used.
They develop and promote the adoption of measurement indicators and tools for use in the management of health facilities, health service NGOs, and local governmental administrative agencies. They aim that, through their collaborative development process, their metrics will become the standards for the field, enabling increased benchmarking across regions and institutions and optimizing program management, improved health services, and ultimately, achieving better health outcomes.
To create evidence-based and standardized performance measures to improve health services in low- and middle-income countries.
Metrics for Management provides social service organizations in low- and middle-income countries, including both governments and NGOs, with tools and resources to ensure success in health service delivery. They are committed to helping improve the lives of those whose basic needs go unmet on a daily basis.