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Figure 1: ATMCP hierarchy of ATM Performance - 3 - A35-WP/158 EC/24, TE/22 1.5 The ICAO ANS Economics Panel (ANSEP) is developing guidance material related to Measuring ANS Performance and Productivity (Revision of Chapter 3, Section C, of ICAO Doc 9161). 1.6 Work on ANS performance is also underway in several regions. (...) APPROACH TO ANS PERFORMANCE IN EUROPE 2.1 The ECAC Institutional Strategy [Ref.4] adopted in 1997 is performance rather than solutions oriented. (...) KPA Processes Safety Delays Cost-effectiveness Performance targets Pending T Development agreed Regulation Well advanced, not fully applied Minimal Incentives (one State only) Route charge principles Reporting requirements Incentives (one State only) Performance management Strategic Safety Action Plan T Mostly co-operative Individual plans Benchmarking Information flow To be established T T Performance review Under development T T Achieved performance No conclusive information Strong improvement Progressive improvement Table 1: Status of European performance-oriented approach to ATM 2.5 In summary, the European approach to ATM performance is based on performance target setting, regulation separate from service provision, performance management systems to ensure that targets are met, information flows and independent performance review.
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Score: 467633.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2035th%20Session/wp158_en.pdf
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All the logical elements, e.g. objectives, expected outcome and key performance indicators (KPIs), etc. will represent the core building block of the CPIs. c) Key Performance Indicators(KPIs) A key feature to performance management is the establishment of key performance indicators through which the performance of the individual employee will be measured. (...) The evaluation must encompass aspects related to the assessment of performance against KPIs, strengths, development actions and the overall performance rating. (...) Next is to develop KPIs & determine the performance target for each KPI as a basis to assess each service performance.
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Score: 467487.7 - https://www.itu.int/council/groups/mbg/pd/MBG02_2.doc
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The Global Green Economy Index: GGEI 2014 - Measuring National Performance in the Green Economy | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 经济和社会事务部 可持续发展 Main navigation 首页 了解可持续发展目标 可持续发展目标 关键专题 《2030年可持续发展议程》 能力发展 出版物 全球可持续发展报告 政府间进程 可持续发展高级别 政治论坛 与可持续发展相关的联合国会议和高级别活动 可持续发展目标科学、技术和创新多利益相关方论坛 联合国大会第二委员会 萨摩亚途径 经社理事会伙伴关系论坛 可持续发展高级别政治论坛 小岛屿发展中国家 小岛屿发展中国家 Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS 伙伴关系 伙伴关系(专题) 伙伴关系平台 ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 参与 活动 网络研讨会 成员国 联合国系统 利益相关者参与 新闻 关于我们 出版物 The Global Green Economy Index: GGEI 2014 - Measuring National Performance in the Green Economy Publication Year: 2014 Publisher: Dual Citizen LLC 相关话题 Green economy 相关目标 8 描述 描述 This 4th edition of the GGEI is an in-depth look at how 60 countries perform in the global green economy, as well as how expert practitioners rank this performance. (...) First published in 2010, this new edition of the GGEI presents a revised methodology resulting from a strategic review that revealed opportunities for broader sector coverage, more focus on environmental performance and enhanced data collection and processing methods View PDF: 1678GGEI-Report2014.pdf 加入对话 Footer menu 使用条款 提防欺诈 版权所有 联系我们 隐私通告
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Score: 467194.34 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/node/17847
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Performance reviews must examine the full performance of the RMFO/A in question in a way that examines performance against the objectives of the relevant treaty and is appropriately targeted for the maturity of the RFMOs – ‘young’ RFMOs are likely to have achieved less than an older RFMO, but may also be free from challenges that can frustrate older RFMOs. (...) Having the reviews too frequently can therefore act to reduce the performance of an RMFO/A, particularly as there is likely to be diminishing returns with each subsequent performance review. The performance review itself could give some guidance on an appropriate period before the next performance review of the specific RMFO/A within the five to 10 year time period.
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Score: 467029.15 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ts/ICSP14/States/Australia.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Mwanza Benchmarking presentation 7th Dec 2006 1 Benchmarking of Utilities for Performance Improvement Dennis D. Mwanza, Water and Sanitation Program 8th December 2006 2 CONTEXT Most public utilities not operating efficiently in Africa • High Unaccounted for Water (NRW) • Low Cost recovery • Low Tarrif levels • High staff per 1000 connections • Availability of supply 2 3 Context cont’d Problem of capacity to deliver……. Decades of public investment Poor sector and institutional arrangement choices Many public sector management issues – Problems of financial viability – Accountability – Autonomy – Lack of regulatory framework – Institutional organisation of water service delivery 4 Performance Indicators and Benchmarking “Benchmarking is the search for industry best practices that lead to superior performance.” - Robert C. Camp It is understood as the process for identification, understanding and adaptation of remarkable practices and processes of other organizations to help the improvement of its own performance BENCHMARKING has been used as a tool by the water sector industry over the last twenty years 3 5 CONCEPTS OF BM FOR Utility Better service quality Higher resources productivity Higher satisfaction by Consumers Higher general return for the company Environment improvement Basically higher operational efficiency 6 • Humility to accept that there may be other Companies with a better performance but under similar socio-economic environment • Wisdom to learn the changes that may arise from comparison • Ambition to introduce the necessary actions • Effectiveness to accomplish the programmed goals The BENCHMARKING Process Requires: 4 7 Benchmarking initiatives Global and other REgions: IWA IBNET South Asia Utility data book Benchmarking of utilities in Brazil Regional Water Utility Partnership –Performance Indicators and Benchmarking Project 8 IWA Benchmarking initiative The objectives of the initiative was to: develop generally accepted procedures and methodologies able to provide decision makers with an overall perception of the utility performance as a sound basis for making strategic choices.
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Score: 466730.47 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...les/documents/1457dennisDM.pdf
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RASG-APAC/1 - WP/6 Agenda Item: 2 Revision 1 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION FIRST MEETING OF THE REGIONAL AVIATION SAFETY GROUP - ASIA AND PACIFIC REGIONS (RASG-APAC/1) Noumea, New Caledonia, 10 - 11 October 2011 Agenda Item 2: Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) and Regional Performance Framework for Safety REGIONAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK FOR SAFETY (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper describes the principles of a performance-based approach to reduce risk and achieve continuous improvement in safety performance through the establishment and monitoring of specific performance criteria based on a data driven process. (...) RASG-APAC/1 - WP/6 - 2 - Agenda Item: 2 Revision 1 2.4 It is essential to use harmonized terminology in applying performance-based approach to safety. For performance measurement three basic terms are explained: a) Performance Indicator: Current/past performance, expected future performance as well as actual progress in achieving performance objectives is quantitatively expressed by means of performance indicators. (...) In other words, metrics are quantitative measure of system performance – how well the system is functioning; and c) Performance Target: Performance targets are closely associated with performance indicators: they represent the values of performance indicators that need to be reached or exceeded to consider a performance objective as being fully achieved. 3.
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Score: 466582.5 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...%20Safety%20_MM__MAF_05Oct.pdf
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Session 3: Economic Performance Management - An Overview Pre-Conference Symposium, 14/09/08 Pre-Conference SymposiumPre-Conference Symposium Pre-Conference Symposium, 14/09/08 An ICAO Overview by John Begin Deputy Director Air Transport Bureau An ICAO Overview by John Begin Deputy Director Air Transport Bureau Pre-Conference Symposium, 14/09/08 Economic Performance ManagementEconomic Performance Management 1. (...) ICAO’s work on economic performance 3. Future work Pre-Conference Symposium, 14/09/08 Economic Performance Management 1. (...) Economic oversight 2. Economic performance 3. Consultation with users Pre-Conference Symposium, 14/09/08 Economic Performance Management 2.
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Score: 466531.54 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Documents/3_Overview_Begin.pdf
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The panel recommended, by “majority of consensus”, that the Applicant’s performance rating be changed from “does not meet performance expectations” to “partially meets performance expectations”. 14. (...) This performance appraisal, signed by her new FRO on 1 March 2018, gave her a rating of “successfully meets performance expectations”. (...) The Applicant did not fully meet performance expectations for two consecutive performance cycles: she received an overall rating of partially meets performance expectations in her 2015-2016 and in her 2016-2017 performance evaluation cycles.
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Score: 466452.93 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2020-007.pdf
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ECE/CEP/2020/6 GE.20-11153(E)  Economic Commission for Europe Committee on Environmental Policy Twenty-sixth session Geneva, 9–11 November 2020 Item 6 of the provisional agenda Environmental performance reviews United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Environmental Performance Review Programme: fourth cycle of reviews Note by the Expert Group on Environmental Performance Reviews Summary At its twenty-fourth session (Geneva, 29–31 January 2019), the Committee on Environmental Policy requested the Expert Group on Environmental Performance Reviews to begin work, in cooperation with the reviewed countries, on proposals for the fourth cycle of environmental performance reviews and to prepare a paper on that issue for the Committee’s twenty-sixth session (ECE/CEP/2019/2, para. 31 (f)). (...) On 30 October 2019, the Expert Group held a brainstorming session on the fourth cycle of environmental performance reviews, including the main objectives and scope of the fourth cycle, the possible content and structure of the reviews, procedural aspects of conducting environmental performance reviews and ways to enhance the implementation of environmental performance review recommendations. (...) The Environmental Performance Review Unit should seek advice from the Expert Group on Environmental Performance Review on the need and modalities for deeper coverage of human rights and environment in environmental performance reviews. 19.
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Score: 466421.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...0/ECE/CEP/ece.cep.2020.6.e.pdf
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1102308001_UNITED NATIONS_MH002017_BS.pdf MAJOR COST SHARING PROVISIONS PARTICIPATING PROVIDER Benefit Period Maximum Out-of-Pocket Limit Plan Year Covered in full $6,600 Individual / $13,200 Family PCP Office visits Specialist Office visits Covered in full Hospital admission No Copayment Emergency Room copay (waived if Hospital admission) Covered in full Prescription Drug Deductible Not Applicable Prescription drugs – 30 day supply $5 generic / $5 brand Prescription drugs – 90 day supply $7.50 generic / $7.50 brand INPATIENT HOSPITAL SERVICES PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Hospital and physician services • Semi-private room and board Subject to Hospital Admission Copayment Physician Services Covered in Full Included in Hospital Admission Copayment • Operating and recovery room, intensive and special care units, general nursing care, prescribed drugs,anesthesia, X-rays, lab tests, mastectomy care, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation and end of life care Included in Hospital Admission Copayment • Inpatient Rehabilitation & Habilitation Services (Physical,Speech and Occupational Therapy) Subject to Hospital Admission Copayment; 90 days combined therapies • Human organ transplants Included in Hospital Admission Copayment MATERNITY AND NEW BORN CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Prenatal care Covered in full • Inpatient Hospital Services and Birthing Center Covered in full • Physician and Midwife Services for Delivery Covered In Full • Breast Pump Covered in full • Postnatal care Covered in full Medical Deductible Not Applicable SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 (continued on next page) MH002017 SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 • Postnatal care Covered in full SURGICAL SERVICES PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Inpatient Hospital Surgery Covered in full • Outpatient Hospital Surgery Covered in full • Surgery performed in a PCP Office Covered in full • Surgery performed in a Specialist Office Covered in full • Surgery performed at an Ambulatory Surgical Center Covered in full CARDIAC REHABILITATION PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Performed as Inpatient Hospital Services Included as part of Inpatient Hospital Service Cost-Sharing • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full ; 32 visits, combined with Specialist Officelimits • Performed in a Specialist Office Covered in full ; 32 visits, combined with OutpatientHospital limits OUTPATIENT MEDICAL CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • PCP office visits Covered in full • Specialists office visits Covered in full • Preventive care, including well-child visits and immunizations, adult annual physical examinations, adult immunizations, routine gynecological services/well woman exams, mammograms, screening and diagnostic imaging for the detection of breast cancer, sterilization procedures for women, and bone density testing Covered in full • Laboratory Procedures, • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in Specialist Office • Performed in a Free Standing Laboratory • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Diagnostic Radiology • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in Specialist Office • Performed in a Free Standing Radiology Facility • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Diagnostic Testing • Performed in a PCP Office Covered in full (continued on next page) MH002017 SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in Specialist Office • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Advanced Imaging Services (PET scans, MRI, nuclear medicine, CAT scans) • Performed in a Specialist Office • Performed in a Free Standing Radiology Facility • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Infusion Therapy • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in a Specialist Office Referral required • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services • Home Infusion Therapy Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Ambulatory surgery center facility Covered in full • Outpatient hospital surgery facility Covered in full • Preadmission testing Covered in full • Second opinions on the diagnosis of cancer, surgery and other 90 visits, combined therapies • Outpatient Habilitation Services Covered in full • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in a Specialist Office • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full Covered in full Covered in full • Radiation therapy • Performed in a Specialist Office • Performed in a Free Standing Radiology Facility Covered in full Covered in full • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full OUTPATIENT MEDICAL CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER (continued on next page) MH002017 SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full • Chemotherapy • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in a Specialist Office Covered in full Covered in full • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full • Outpatient Rehabilitation Services(physical therapy,occupational therapy, speech therapy, pulmonary rehabilitation) • Performed in a PCP Office • Performed in a Specialist Office Covered in full Covered in full • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services Covered in full • Allergy Testing and Treatment • Performed in a PCP Office Covered in full • Performed in a Specialist Office Covered in full • Acupuncture Not Covered • Telemedicine Program Provided by a Telemedicine Physician Not Covered MENTAL HEALTH AND ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE USE SERVICES PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Mental Health Care • Inpatient Covered in full, Unlimited Days • Outpatient Covered in full, Unlimited Visits • Substance Use Services • Inpatient Covered in full, Unlimited Days • Outpatient Covered in full SPECIAL KINDS OF CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER Urgent Care Center Covered in full Non-Emergency Ambulance Services Covered in full Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services (Ambulance Services) Covered in full 90 visits, combined therapies OUTPATIENT MEDICAL CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER (continued on next page) MH002017 SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services (AmbulanceServices) Covered in full Home health care Covered in full; 200 visits Hospice care Skilled Nursing Facility (including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation) Covered in full, Unlimited Days Dialysis treatment • Performed in PCP Office • Performed in Specialist Office $10 Copayment $10 Copayment • Performed in Free Standing Center $10 Copayment • Performed as Outpatient Hospital Services $10 Copayment Diabetes equipment, supplies, Insulin and education Covered in full Chiropractic Services Covered in full Family Planning Services Covered Vasectomy Covered in full Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment 3 Cycles IVF, Per Lifetime, Subject To ApplicableCopayment Dental Care • Preventive Dental Preventive Included Durable Medical Equipment and Braces No Deductible, Covered In Full Prosthetics Covered In Full Orthotics Covered In Full Medical Supplies Covered in full External Hearing Aids Not Covered Cochlear Implants No Copayment - One (1) per ear per time Covered Optical Care • Refractive Eye Exams Covered in full / Once per covered period • Eyeglasses Eyeglasses $35 Every 24 Months ABA Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder Covered in full Assistive Communication Devices for Autism Spectrum Disorder Covered in full Covered in full, 210 days SPECIAL KINDS OF CARE PARTICIPATING PROVIDER (continued on next page) MH002017 SUMMARY OF BENEFITS HIP Prime Network UNITED NATIONS PrimeHMO for NY CT and NJ Residents 1102308 Assistive Communication Devices for Autism SpectrumDisorder Covered in full ADDITIONAL BENEFITS PARTICIPATING PROVIDER • Nurse Advice Line Not Covered • WellSpark Not Covered • Gym Reimbursement Not Covered FOOTNOTES Drugs are dispensed in accordance with EmblemHealth’s Drug Formulary.
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Score: 466202.2 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s.../files/hip_medical_plans_0.pdf
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