Understanding your Practice Greenhealth report card
Beyond the recognition Practice Greenhealth member hospitals receive for participating in the Environmental Excellence Awards process, Practice Greenhealth works to ensure the data submitted is shared back with each hospital through an annual Benchmark Report Card. Knowing how to access and understand your performance metrics will allow your facility or system to contextualize your data compared to the larger data set, as well as set realistic goals for the future. Join the Practice Greenhealth Sector Performance team to review your 2018 report card and learn more about how to leverage this information to drive improvement.
- Leverage your sustainability performance data to drive organizational goal-setting and performance.
- Construct SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Result-focused, and Time-bound) sustainability goals using information gleaned from your report card, the Practice Greenhealth Sustainability Benchmark Report, and other key data sources.
- Better understand your 2018 report card.
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Cecilia DeLoach Lynn
Practice Greenhealth sector performance and recognition director
DeLoach Lynn leads the sector performance team at Practice Greenhealth, where she works to develop and refine key performance metrics for sustainability in the health care sector while creating tools and guidance to support members in assessing, measuring, and benchmarking sustainability performance, impact, and return on investment. She is a subject matter expert on sustainable operations in health care and has been guiding hospitals and health systems on the development of customized sustainability and change management strategies for more than 20 years.
Practice Greenhealth sector performance and recognition data coordinator
Bodkin has been working in health care sustainability since he graduated from college. He focuses on measuring sustainability in the health care sector through data and building expertise in all content areas. He was named to GreenBiz's 30 Under 30 list for 2018.