Outcome Tracking

Demonstrate Success through Measurable Outcomes

We understand that providing services isn’t always enough. More and more, funders require quantifiable data to prove that your programs are effective. GEMS Lite has a built-in outcome tracking feature that allows you to do just this. At the click of a button, GEMS Lite can automatically measure your progress in relation to the goals you have set for your program.

GEMS Lite is customized to answer the questions you care about. You define the outcomes you want to achieve. Our system tracks the appropriate data and helps you evaluate the progress being made. It’s that simple.

Questions that GEMS Lite Answers: 

Whom do you serve?
How severe are the presenting issues?
What services are provided?
What outcomes are achieved?
How much does it cost?
How do you report the results to stakeholders?

What services are being delivered?

What type of services are delivered, how much, and where?
Are more services being delivered than in the past?
Where are programs providing duplicate services?
Where are there service gaps?
What is the ratio of services provided to target population?
Are services being delivered in the areas of greatest need, to high-risk populations, etc.?
Is service coordination leading to more timely services?
Are referrals being followed-up with quickly?
Are programs providing integrated, coordinated, and comprehensive services?
What service patterns can we uncover?

What results and outcomes are achieved?

Are children and families getting the support they need?
Is their well-being improving?
Are parents developing skills to help their child live healthier and prepare for school?
Are children healthy and developing optimally?
Are children being prepared for success in kindergarten?
Are providers gaining increased knowledge and skills to work with children and families?
Are programs improving the quality of their services?

What are the results for the community?

Are community indicators improving?
Are high-risk neighborhoods getting better services?
How do parents feel about child development, having their child enter kindergarten, etc.?

What have we learned, and how do we move forward?

What services are most effective?
What programs are most sustainable?
What service delivery models are having an impact?
What service improvements are being made and how effective are they?
How are funded programs engaging families and other community members in the decision making process?
How are programs improving the service system?
How are programs improving access to services for families?
What are programs doing to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services?

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