Default header image

Designing Activities and Describing Output & Outcome Measures

2:00 pm CST
National Rural Health Resource Center

This webinar, the fourth of a five-part series, covered designing activities and describing output and outcome measures. This event was supported by the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) and coordinated by the Technical Assistance and Services Center (TASC), a program of the National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center).

Audience: State Office of Rural Health (SORH) Directors and Flex Coordinators

Speakers: John Gale and Megan Lahr, Flex Monitoring Team

By participating in this webinar, participants were able to:

  • Recognize a funding cycle approach to Flex Program activities
  • Describe classic (predictive) vs. adaptive (change-driven) activity design and impact measurement
  • Select output and outcome measures
  • Discuss examples of funding cycle outcome measurement in the Flex Program Areas
National Rural Health Resource Center logo

National Rural Health Resource Center

Please contact Caroline Bell at for additional information. 


Upcoming Events

2024 Critical Access Hospital Board Training on Engagement, Leadership, and Population Health Training In-person workshop
This session will explore the importance of community partnership and collaboration, describe best practices in measuring and identifying barriers, and determine actionable next steps in addressing the social and structural vulnerabilities that hinder the path to healthier populations.
Learn best practices and tips concerning diversity, equity, and inclusion in critical access hospitals (CAH). During this facilitated discussion peers will:
Share the importance of building internal diversity, equity, and inclusion adoption
Explore steps on how CAH leaders can establish a diverse and inclusive culture
An overview of AmeriCorps, the only federal agency dedicated to national service and volunteerism, will be provided along with an intro to the benefits of partnering with the different streams of service.
In this HELP Webinar, learn about social drivers of health, their impact on patient outcomes, and discuss the lessons learned in this journey the outcomes of patients, and discuss lessons learned on the journey toward health equity.
DRA's "Delta Doctors" program aims to provide non domestic, U.S. trained primary care and specialist physicians to healthcare facilities in DRA counties, many of which are designated health professional shortage areas.