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Dashboard

We use a summary dashboard that focuses on a subset of the scorecard measures that the Foundation’s senior management team and Board of Directors track closely as key indicators of overall performance. Our dashboard tells us at a glance where we are on track and where we have room to improve.

Download a PDF of our dashboard from previous years below: 

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Current Scorecard Indicators
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Increase the transparency of health care price information for consumers. 

By the end of 2016, at least 12 hospitals in New York State voluntarily disclose prices for servcies. 

2015: 3 hospitals 

2015: 3 hospitals

Improve consumers' access to and use of health care price and quality information. 

By the end of 2018, New York State has a consumer shopping tool that contains user-friendly price and quality information for the 200 most commonly performed health are services. 

2015: No comprehensive tool exists 

2015: No comprehensive tool exists. Fair Health is beginning work to develop a comprehensive, consumer-friendly tool. 

Increase opportunities for physical activity in communities across New York State through structural changes.

Number of people reached by improvements in the built environment supported by NYSHealth and its partner foundations will increase by X% by 2020.

[2015 baseline to come early 2016]

Increase access to healthy, affordable food options in communities across New York State through structural changes.

Number of people reached by improvements in access to healthy, affordable food options supported by NYSHealth and its partner foundations will increase by X% by 2020.

[2015 baseline to come early 2016]

Increase comprehensive community-based services for veterans and their families. 

At least 3,000 veterans, service members, or military family members in New York will seek and receive community-based care and services through the NYCServes network.

September 2015: 1,000 individuals connected to services.

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September 2015: 1,000 individuals connected to services.

Articulate a clear set of Foundation goals and strategies.

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70% of grantees (G) and other stakeholders (SH) give NYSHealth the highest ratings on the clarity of its goals and strategies.

2007 G: 68%
2011 SH: 52%

2013 G: 74%
2012 SH: 52%

2015 G: 69%
2014 SH: 63%

Our stakeholders’ ratings of our efforts to communicate more clearly and consistently grew significantly in 2014. As the Foundation entered a period of strategic sharpening and a range of institutional changes in 2015, ratings on this measure among grantees dipped. Effetive communication with all our our audiences will be a key priority as we implement our new priority areas.

Produce high-quality information.

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85% of grantees (G) and other stakeholders (SH) give NYSHealth the highest ratings on the credibility of its information.

2011 G: 90%
2011 SH: 80%

2013 G: 98%
2012 SH: 78%

2015 G: 89%
2014 SH: 82%

We continue to exceed our target for grantee ratings, although scores dipped a bit in 2015. We are close to our target for other stakeholders.

Interact effectively with grantees and stakeholders.

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85% of grantees (G) and other stakeholders (SH) give NYSHealth the highest ratings on its staff members' responsiveness. 

2007 G: 82%
2011 SH: 82%

2013 G: 78%
2012 SH: 82%
 

2015 G: 84%
2014 SH: 83%

We are close to meeting our targets for both grantees and other stakeholders. We were pleased to see our grantees' ratings on this measure improve in 2015.

Develop a reputation as an organization that has impact on New York State's health system. 

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50% of grantees (G) and other stakeholders (SH) give NYSHealth the highest ratings on its ability to advance knowledge.

2007 G: <25%
2011 SH: 39%

2013 G: 42%
2012 SH: 49%

2015 G: 49%
2014 SH: 47%

We are close to meeting our targets for both grantees and other stakeholders. We were pleased to see our grantees' ratings on this measure improve in 2015.

Develop a reputation as an organization that has impact on New York State's health system.

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45% of grantees (G) and other stakeholders (SH) give NYSHealth the highest ratings on its ability to affect public policy.

2007 G: <25%
2011 SH: <25%

2013 G: 48%
2012 SH: 26%

2013 G: 43%
2014 SH: 29%

We dipped a bit on this measure among grantees in 2015 and now fall short of our target for both grantees and other stakeholders. Although we are close to the target among our grantees, we still have more work to do to enhance our reputation among other stakeholders.

Support a range of organizations that reflect diversity in geography, size, scope, and populations served.

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Achieve targets on two out of three indicators of diversity in grantmaking.

2006: Did not meet target

2014: Met target

2015: Exceeded target

In 2015, we met or exceeded the targets on all three dimensions of diversity in our grantmaking.