Using Performance Data to Drive Goal-Setting: Understanding your Practice Greenhealth Benchmark Report Card
Recorded On: 07/20/2017
Performance Reporting is where the rubber hits the road when it comes to Practice Greenhealth membership. Knowing how to access, read, 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 integrated data package and realize the true value of your membership.
- Learn how to understand your 2017 Benchmark Report Card
- Leverage your sustainability performance data to drive organizational goal setting
- Construct SMART sustainability goals using information gleaned from your Metrics Report Card, the PGH Sustainability Benchmark
- Report and other key data sources
* This is a Practice Greenhealth Member-only event
Cecilia DeLoach Lynn
Practice Greenhealth sector performance and recognition director
DeLoach Lynn manages the Sector Performance department at Practice Greenhealth where she oversees the development of an industry-wide set of performance metrics and tracking mechanisms to monitor the success of health care sustainability programs and manages Practice Greenhealth’s Environmental Excellence Awards program. DeLoach Lynn brings more than 20 years of experience working with hospitals and health care organizations to create customized sustainability programs and goals. She has an MBA with a focus in corporate social responsibility and health care administration and is a LEED-accredited professional.
Practice Greenhealth sector performance and recognition data coordinator
Bodkin’s role at Practice Greenhealth is to help the health care sector become more sustainable through data collection, analysis, and reporting. He works on the Sector Performance team to create dynamic metrics and data parameters to maximize both accessibility of sustainability performance data and impact. Bodkin was named to GreenBiz’s 30 Under 30 list for 2018.