Accountability and evaluation are critical and ongoing components of the Family Practice Renewal Program (FPRP). Evaluation data provides evidence to inform decisions related to program design, plans for sustainability, decisions regarding spread of innovations, programs and concepts that are working, and demonstrates accountability for achieving intended outcomes.
The Family Practice Renewal Committee (FPRC) will review evaluation results on an annual basis. In cases where the FPRC deems an initiative has underperformed or was unsuccessful, the Family Practice Renewal Committee will be responsible for amending or ending the initiative.
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