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Performance Review

Each year, HRSA conducts approximately 500 performance reviews to assure that the more than 3,000 organizations receiving grant or cooperative agreement funding from HRSA are successfully accomplishing their program purposes.

A performance review is a collaborative effort between HRSA and the grantee. It includes:

  • selection of Performance Review Measures
  • analysis of performance in relation to the selected Performance Review Measures
  • creation of a Performance Report, which includes Performance Improvement Options, and
  • development of an Action Plan, which includes Performance Improvement Actions to be completed by the grantee on each Performance Review Measure

Building upon the success of performance reviews, HRSA will also conduct up to 20 Strategic Partnership Sessions with HRSA grantees from communities and States, to explore the collective effectiveness of HRSA funded programs, and promote partnerships and facilitate greater collaboration among HRSA grantees in addressing priority health needs. HRSA envisions that bringing together HRSA grantees and external partners for strategic discussions will result in a strengthening of the healthcare “safety net.”