AHS Results Scorecard
The Agency of Human Services Results Scorecard
Welcome to the Vermont Agency of Human Services Result Scorecard!
The Agency of Human Services Results Scorecard is an online and publicly available set of dashboards with updated data and information. You can use the Scorecard to learn about how Vermonters are doing in relation to important conditions of health and well-being, is and to learn about how the Agency of Human Services is contributing to doing better by improving outcomes for the people who benefit from our services, programs, resources, and support. The Results Scorecard tool is built according to Results Based Accountability™ (RBA).
The public, the Legislature, community partners, and providers can use the AHS Scorecards to assess the state of well-being in Vermont, collaborate to achieve complex results for Vermonters, and understand how the Agency of Human Services is accountable for the quality and impact of our programs. Internally at AHS, we are building, maintaining, and using Scorecards to strengthen our continuous improvement practices, including how we measure, monitor, and improve. This effort helps us accomplish our Strategic Plan Goal 3: Enhance AHS’s focus on program effectiveness, accountability for outcomes, and workforce engagement and development. The Scorecard will help us to maintain a cohesive dashboard of data and information across Departments to monitor and improve our performance, and to ensure that our data and information is publicly available.
Click the links below to review the Agency of Human Services Scorecards.
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- Contains data and information about how all Vermonters are doing in relation to statewide indicators. The population-level outcomes/results and indicators presented in this Scorecard were established in the 2012-2015 AHS Strategic Plan.
- Data and information about how all Vermonters are doing in relation to statewide indicators. The population-level outcomes/results and indicators presented in this Scorecard were established in the 2014 Legislative Session. AHS reports this information to the Legislature annually.
- Contains program performance measures for Agency of Human Services programs that were entered into the Department of Finance and Management's Vantage Budget Performance Measure Pilot.
Agency of Human Services Performance Measures 2012-2015 - Click the links in the grid below. (Some components are under development.)
- Data about how much, how well, and if anyone is better off for some of the services, programs, resources, and supports provided across AHS to the people we serve. The performance measures presented in this Scorecard were established in the 2012-2015 AHS Strategic Plan. Performance measures are presented in relation to the population outcomes/results and indicators that they most directly contribute to improving.
Outcome: All Vermonters are free from the impacts of poverty Indicators How does AHS contribute? Pre-Term Births Performance Measures Achievement Gap Performance Measures Food & Nutrition Performance Measures Employment Performance Measures Outcome: All Vermonters are safe and healthy Indicators How does AHS contribute? Recidivism Performance Measures Obesity Performance Measures Fall-Related Death Performance Measures Childhood Abuse and Neglect Performance Measures Suicide Performance Measures Homelessness Performance Measures Binge Drinking Performance Measures Substance Abuse Performance Measures Outcome: All Vermonters have access to high quality health care Indicators How does AHS contribute? Medicaid Enrollment Performance Measures Medical Home Access Performance Measures Preventive Health Care Performance Measures Oral Health Performance Measures