The chief of the Pediatric Orthopedic Clinic (the Clinic) at the Children's Hospital of Western Ontario has a superior comprehension of the process flow and bottlenecks at the Clinic and furthermore has thoughts for some conceivable arrangements. The executive can turn her contemplations to tending to a repeating issue raised by the doctor's facility's administration - how the Clinic's execution ought to be measured. The chief contemplated the mission of the healing facility, which was to enhance access to patient care and patient wellbeing while maintaining the clinic's capacity to convey quiet care into what's to come. She knew the Clinic was likewise dedicated to this mission, and she was set up to assess the execution of the Clinic against this mission. At the end of the day, the month to month official meeting was approaching, and the executive needed to be in a position to show a structure for her facility's execution assessment. This case is appropriate for presenting the idea of execution estimation in a non-benefit setting and in addition the pitfalls related with gathering the data. This is a subsequent case to Pediatric Orthopedic Clinic at the Children's Hospital of Western Ontario (An), item # 9B08D001.
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